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We all know about the love-hate relationship between Adobe and Apple. But apparently Adobe may be trying to ease their way back in by asking customers whether or not they would like to be able to view native Photoshop, or PSD files on their device, according to 9to5 Mac.
John Nack, a former Photoshop Product Manager with Adobe popped the question on his blog:
"I periodically hear requests for the ability to view Photoshop PSD files on devices like the iPad (for example, browsing files that one has synced via Dropbox).
This is obviously a capability that Adobe could build. The question of course is whether we should build it (as opposed, say, to building something else)."
Nack also has some other questions in mind such as:
-Would you be bringing your portfolio on the road?
-Would you be taking the files somewhere to print them?
-Would viewing just a flat representation of the files be sufficient, or would you want to interact with layers (for example, to switch among layer comps in order to show design iterations)?
-Would you pay for such a capability? If so, how much?
Here is the link to Nack's blog, should you feel so inclined to take some time out to answer his questions.