Adobe is testing a free Photoshop version in Canada — is it coming to the US?

Adobe began testing a “freemium” version of its popular photo-editing suite in Canada. Adobe plans to eventually spread the love worldwide in the near future – minus some features that will only be available to paying subscribers. Adobe promises that the freemium version will provide enough tools and features so that users can take advantage of the software’s main assets.

Adobe’s VP Digital Imaging Maria Yap said, “We want to make Photoshop more accessible and easier for more people to try it out and experience the product.” This is a huge change in the way Adobe distributes the software since it became a subscription-based editing suite.

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