Skip to main content
Adobe Photoshop Family
pete_b_28vgv42av7mxl's profile

6 Messages

 • 

492 Points

Mon, Nov 4, 2019 11:41 PM

Under consideration

35

Photoshop Mobile: Ability to Liquify

It may not be feasible (at least for now) to add Liquify to Photoshop on the iPad, but how about Transform> Warp as a workaround?  (Being able to manipulate an image using Liquify — or Warp — is a basic image editing feature.)

Responses

3 Messages

 • 

126 Points

a year ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Liquify and Sharpening for PS Mobile.

Being able to liquify with the pencil in PS Mobil would be amazing! The spot healing tool is amazing with the pen and I was hoping for the same feature with liquify.  AND all the photo actions honestly... but specifically Smart Sharpen 

16 Messages

 • 

466 Points

a year ago

Yes definetly Liquify! 

2 Messages

 • 

102 Points

a year ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Liquify on iPad.

I used the liquify tool often on my desktop for edits, I was so excited when I heard about Photoshop coming to the iPad, the flexibility of editing on the go is such an asset to my business. Adding Liquify to the iPad version of PS would give me the ability to work anywhere, please add in future updates!

1 Message

 • 

62 Points

10 months ago

please add liquify tool in Photoshop for mobile and if possible in lightroom for desktop and mobile too. thanks

1 Message

 • 

60 Points

9 months ago

Liquify is absolutely essential for retouching. I’d love to see it come to the iPad Pro version!

1 Message

 • 

62 Points

2 months ago

Liquify at least on Photoshop for iPad is a must!

1 Message

 • 

60 Points

a month ago

Please add the liquify tool. 

10 Messages

 • 

232 Points

a month ago

Yes, Liquefy is needed. Regarding @pete_b_28vgv42av7mxl, original opener, “It may not be feasible (at least for now) to add Liquify to Photoshop”, honestly, Adobe, I can’t see why it wouldn’t be feasible — ArtStudio Pro, Affinity Photo and Procreate have had some form of “liquefying” option for ages now. There is zero reason why Adobe does not have this implemented in their mobile version of Ps.

www.robingriggswood.com