It seems like everyone knows a person with a pirated copy of Photoshop. If you ask them why they don’t pay for it, their answer probably amounted to something like this: Photoshop costs well over $1,000, and I use 10 percent of its features.
For so long, Photoshop simply hasn’t been for those people — it’s been for the professionals who need many of its deeper, more specialized and more arcane tools. But Adobe has been making the app far more accessible lately: On the desktop, it’s started offering Photoshop and Lightroom in a bundle for $9.99 per month, and on mobile, it’s started to break Photoshop apart into easily digestible chunks offered for free. Today, that mobile strategy gets even more exciting with the release of Photoshop Fix, a photo-editing app that includes most of that 10 percent.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.