Want to turn your pictures into something that looks awesome, such as a pencil sketch, or painting? Or, want to make your own drawing, symbols, logos, and much more? Not just these, you can do a lot more with Adobe Photoshop. It is just a powerful photo editing tools, that is even used by many professionals and companies. Adobe’s software is famous all over the world, and Photoshop is one of them. Almost all of Adobe’s software are available on the official site of Adobe. Although the original and complete version of Photoshop is not available for free, Adobe has also made a free trial of it available. Here is how to download and install Adobe Photoshop in your device.
In this guide, you’ll learn the procedure about getting and downloading the paid version of Photoshop.
How to get Adobe Photoshop in your device
If you first want to try out the Photoshop with the free trial, then jump to the next instructions. To get the complete (paid) version of Adobe Photoshop, go with the following steps.
- Start the device on which you want to use Photoshop.
- Now, open any of your preferred web browsers to visit Adobe’s official website.
- Insert “www.adobe.com/products/photoshop.html” in the browser’s search field and press ‘Enter/Return.’ It will directly open Photoshop’s page on the Adobe website.
- Now, look at the blue ‘Buy Now’ button at the top and click on it.
- Select your choice on the prompt, after clicking the ‘Buy Now’ button.
- On the next page, you’ll get different options for purchase. As Photoshop is typically used in various fields, Adobe has divided the options for purchasing it according to the sectors and professions. These are ‘Individuals, Business, Students and Teachers, Schools, and Universities.’ Select the one representing your choice.
- In each tab, you’ll see some different types of purchasing options, read the details carefully given with each and then click the ‘Buy Now’ button.
- Now, Adobe will ask you to sign in with an Adobe ID to continue the purchase. If you have an Adobe ID already, then enter its details and sign in. Or, select the ‘Sign up’ option and create a new ID by providing the necessary details. Your Adobe ID is also used for further things and processes, so make sure to give the one you want.
- Select the options that appear on the screen and complete your purchase. As you complete the transaction, Photoshop will begin downloading to your device along with the other applications integrated with your pack. It will also download the Creative Cloud desktop program, which manages the installation process.
- You need to wait for the download to finish. Avoid doing other online tasks to get the best download speed.
- Follow the on- screen instructions to finish installing Photoshop in your device.
Photoshop will be ready to use on your device as soon as the installation completes. You can double click the ‘Photoshop’ icon on your desktop or in the Applications folder (Mac) and Program Files folder (Windows).
How to get a free trial of Adobe Photoshop
If you want to try out the Photoshop on your device for any reason before purchasing it, then you can use its free trial version. You can use the free trial of Photoshop for up to 30 days. Here is how to get it.
- Go to “creative.adobe.com/products/download/photoshop.” It will directly open Photoshop’s free trial page on the Adobe website.
- Now, Adobe will ask you to sign in with an Adobe ID to continue. If you have an Adobe ID already, then enter its details and sign in. Or, select the ‘Sign up’ option and create a new ID by providing the necessary details. This Adobe ID is also used for further things and process, so make sure to give the one you want.
- As soon as you complete sign in, Adobe Photoshop will begin downloading to your device. It will download with the Creative Cloud desktop program, which manages the installation process.
- Open the ‘Creative Cloud’ panel and click the ‘Free Trial’ button of Photoshop.
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