The app is a replica of the original Photoshop PC program, which premiered in 1990.
"I really wanted to do something special to commemorate 20 years of Photoshop, and the best thing I thought of was a nostalgic iPhone app," said Russell Brown, Adobe's Senior Creative Director. Brown was also part of the original Photoshop team.
The app does work, too. Users can use it to modify their photos with the original Photoshop tools - adjust black/white levels and gamma.
Adobe calls the app "limited-edition" and said it is available only to select attendees at the company's official anniversary event.
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