The new, best editing tools for Mac users

The biggest news on the Mac in the next month or so is Adobe’s new Photoshop suite.

In the last few weeks, there have been several updates to Adobe’s Photoshop, including a major overhaul of the application’s interface, including the removal of the icon to the right of a panel.

As a result, if you’re not a fan of the old interface, you’ll find the new version to be much easier to use.

And if you’ve been waiting for the new Photoshop to arrive, now is your chance.

We’ve already looked at a number of new features and improvements that Adobe have added to Photoshop in recent months, including: A redesigned look and feel for the toolbar.

The ability to import multiple layers at once.

New features such as mask masks and blending modes.

An improved search engine that offers filters for all of your search terms.

A redesigned toolbar.

And much more.

While we haven’t yet reviewed the new Mac version, you can see a quick demo of the new interface below.

You can also download the new Adobe Photoshop for Mac, which is available on the App Store for $1.99.

If you’re interested in using the new toolset, check out our previous guide to using Photoshop on Mac, or browse the new tutorial for how to edit your images using Adobe’s Illustrator. 

And for a look at how the new tools will work on the iPad, check our review of Adobe Photoshop CS5 on the Apple Store.

The biggest news on the Mac in the next month or so is Adobe’s new Photoshop suite.In the last few…