Product Manager John Nack says that Photoshop Touch is made for people who want to work creatively with their photos on the go, but not do intense editing. Considering the rest of the photo editing software available for tablets though, Photoshop Touch may be the most intensive yet.
With Photoshop Touch you can change effects and filters, manipulate layers and use blending modes to combine them and add finishing touches. Nack says it’s the scribble selection tool that really makes it.
“f I had to boil the app down to one feature, it’s this: Take two images, remove the background from one, and then blend the two images together to create a new scene,” says Nack. “The Scribble Selection tool lets you use your finger or a stylus to quickly draw on the foreground object you want to keep and the background you want to delete. Then tap Extract, and the background disappears”
Adobe says that Photoshop Touch will be available soon, but has not yet stated a date or price. You can find up more and sign up for notification of release at Adobe.