Photoshop is a big deal for designers but, before you are ready to make the most out of your photos and artworks, you have to go through a few tutorials – which can make for a pretty steep learning curve. Adobe – the company behind the famed software – is about to change that with a Photoshop version that is controlled just by your voice.
According to a study done last year, almost 40% of the US use their smartphone's voice recognition system, which is a significant amount of users. Adobe has decided to jump on the bandwagon and implement the feature into their most popular photo editing software.
It is not out yet, and there is no further information regarding prices, and date releases, but there is already a short demo, which shows "the first step towards a robust multimodal voice-based interface which allows our creative customers to search and edit images in an easy and engaging," Adobe writes.
See it in action: