Adobe has announced that it will be bringing simplified versions of Photoshop and Illustrator to web browsers.
According to the announcement, you’ll be able to share your work on a browser. Collaborators will then be able to provide feedback without downloading the apps or subscribing to Adobe’s Creative Cloud.
The web version also allows you to make minor tweaks to your photos with basic editing tools without opening the respective desktop apps.
Photoshop on the browser is a part of a public beta test via its Creative Cloud app, meanwhile, the web-based Illustrator is only in private beta as of writing this.