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Chromebook Plus buyers will get a free trial of the new web-based Photoshop



Adobe is entering a partnership with Google and offering a free three-month trial to both Photoshop on the web and an Express Premium plan to those who purchase one of the new Chromebook Plus devices.

Photoshop on the web, if you’re not aware, was recently released and is “a more basic version of the desktop program” although it does possess staple tools like the spot healing brush. It is, however, missing a lot of features like the pen tool, polygonal lasso, and smart object support. The good news is the company has plans to add them “soon”. But in the meantime, you can try out the Generative Expand and Generative Fill powered by Adobe Firefly. The former “expands” an existing image by creating content befitting it either automatically or based on a prompt. The latter can add or remove objects inside an image. 

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