Adobe has begun making a free version of Photoshop available online, with ambitions to expand the service.

In Canada, the business is presently beta testing a free version of the popular picture editing program, which can be accessed by creating a free Adobe account.

The free edition will contain fundamental “core functions” such as the ability to adjust edges, curves, and convert Smart Objects, according to Adobe.

The software's more complex functions will be available only to paid members who want to get the most out of it.

“We want to make [Photoshop] more accessible and easy to test out and experience,” said Maria Yap, Adobe's VP of digital image.

Only Chrome and Edge will be able to use the “freemium” version.

Because of its compatibility, Chrome users will no longer need to utilize Photoshop Express to edit their photographs.

If you want to use all of Photoshop's capabilities, you'll have to subscribe to Adobe.

The firm offers a tiering system, with the most basic subscription starting at $9.99 per month with 20 GB of storage.

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