Not everyone can use Photoshop but generally, most of the people use editing apps to enhance their photos. How about editing your photos using voice commands, sounds crazy right. Well, it’s a concept on which Adobe is working on. According to their latest video uploaded on YouTube, they introduced a totally new concept which they are calling “intelligent digital assistant photo editing”. In the 30 sec video, we can see a guy holding a tablet and giving voice instructions to the app. To the surprise, the app performs well and performs all the actions accurately. Judging by the video we know that basic functions like cropping, re-scaling, flipping, etc options are present there but what about the more advanced options. According to Adobe ” This is a first step towards a robust multimodal voice-based interface which allows our creative customers to search and edit images in an easy and engaging way using Adobe mobile applications” This app can be very useful to older people and people who are more into giving voice commands. Overall it’s a nice concept but there are many questions in our mind and looks like we have to wait for the answers.