Adobe has released a free beta version of the upcoming Photoshop CS6 for consumer testing and feedback before the final launch of the photo-editing application.
"The outfit's added 65 user-feedback-inspired features, including a new crop tool, expanded video editing options, auto recovery and the ability to search for specific layers. Fans of the dotted lines in Illustrator now get the same vector tools in Photoshop," reports engadget.
Courtesy the new Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine, the performance is highly improved and also sees a refined quality existing features such as the liquify tool and Content-Aware Fill.
The Photoshop beta is available for download from Adobe Labs. Check out the video to know more about the new features from Russell Brown, Adobe's Senior Creative Director.