Adobe's Photoshop Heading Online? Why Not?

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Adobe's Photoshop Heading Online? Why Not?

Adobe intends to offer a hosted version of its popular Photoshop image-editing program in the next three to six months.

According to reports, this hosted version of Photoshop is part of a bigger company strategy to introduce Internet-delivered services that complement its "shrink-wrapped applications" and head off likely competition from Google.

And that's good news for us folks who are used to buying the "shrink-wrapped" stuff or downloading it to get what we want.

Neat twist here with the online play is that this would turn into an ad-supported app (at least at some "lower" level/s) so we can play for free and then ante up some coin if we need to something more sophisticated.

Also interesting how Google has all kinds of companies watching their backs as the Big G heads -- or thinks about heading -- into other companies' backyards.

(Who would have thought micro payments would add up to so many recurring billions ...)

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