Last month Adobe let us know that it is building its own camera application with filters with AI technology. In addition to this, it also confirmed that this would use Adobe’s Sensei artificial intelligence platform to recognize subjects in the photo and suggest some filters. And now, Adobe Photoshop Camera is made live for android users.
This wonderful camera comes with filters that can be applied in real-time and previewed through the viewfinder. They can also be used in any image you have in your media gallery. If you wanted to try another camera app on your mobile, this could be the one for you.
This is the new Adobe Photoshop Camera
The application is in beta, its a bit laggy and it offers a somewhat slow experience at this time is very much understandable. However, you can log in to Adobe Photoshop Camera with your Adobe, Facebook or Google credentials. Simply put, you don’t need to join a special program to test the application.
When you open the app, the main destination is the camera viewfinder. The shutter button is in the center and next to it are buttons to access the filters or your media gallery. In addition, it has an icon in the upper left to download additional lenses or filters.
Undoubtedly, the most fun of this camera application is the filters and the possibilities of editing in each image. Of course, the edge detection is very poor at this time and needs to be improved to make the user experience exceptional.
The app is designed to work on any phone that has Android 9.0 or higher, but it will certainly work on the following models:
- Google Pixel3 / XL
- Google Pixel4 / XL
- Samsung S9 / S9 +
- Samsung S10 / S10 +
- Samsung Note 9
- Samsung Note 10/10 +
According to the XDA Developers team, the application worked poorly on the Samsung and the old Pixel, but it worked very well on the Pixel 4 XL. On the other hand, Photoshop Camera can also run very well on devices that are not mentioned in this list such as the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. Remember that this version is a preview, so it takes some time for Adobe to refine it.
If you want to try it on your mobile, you can easily download it from the link under these lines. Remember that your smartphone must be running Android 9 or higher!
Source – XDA Developer