Adobe will provide a free online version of Photoshop.

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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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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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