Selecting objects from a flat background is easier with the Magic Wand. | Image: Adobe
Adobe has announced it’s updating Photoshop on iPad today with a classic desktop tool missing from the original launch of the app — the Magic Wand. Some of the intelligent selection features from Magic Wand have been introduced to the iPad app in the past, but now Adobe is adding the tool itself, making it easier to select, adjust, or remove specific elements of a larger project with a tap.
The Magic Wand tool on iPad should be familiar to anyone who’s used it on desktop. The tool makes it easy to extract objects from a flat background, select oddly shaped areas, or select a specific colored section of a project to then transform in the usual Photoshop ways.
Adobe is also introducing a new…