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PRESS RELEASE: Photoshop Express Released for iPad, iPhone
Adobe has announced the immediate availability of Photoshop Express for iPad and iPhone. Formerly known as Photoshop.com Mobile, the newly-branded application now brings quick and easy photo editing organizing and sharing technology to the iPad.
Photoshop Express for iPad delivers all of the popular photo-editing features iPhone users have enjoyed, such as Crop, Rotate and Flip, as well as fun and eye-catching effects like Vibrant, Pop, Border and Vignette. With one touch, adjustments to exposure, saturation, tint and black & white can instantly improve the look of a photo before posting to Facebook or sharing with family and friends.
Photoshop Express also offers features specific for iPad users, such as the ability to easily change screen orientation from landscape to portrait views of photos, as well as redesigned workflows for organizing, editing and uploading photos. For example, you can now edit multiple images in sequence and then simultaneously upload each photo to Photoshop.com and Facebook. The new Organizer also simplifies album sharing.
Adobe Photoshop Express for iPad and iPhone is now available worldwide in English as a free download from Apple's iTunes store. The iPhone application, originally announced in October 2009, includes minor updates with this release including its new name.
Adobe has also released a Photoshop Express update for Android users, available now on the Android Marketplace.
Shortly after releasing Photoshop Express, Adobe issued the following statement:
As you may be aware, Adobe received reports that some users were having difficulty launching the Photoshop Express application on an iPad (in landscape orientation) with certain productivity and printing applications installed. While investigating the reports, we provided a work around for users, recommending they launch the application in a portrait orientation on the iPad. We submitted a fix to Apple and it is now approved and available in the App Store. We want to thank Photoshop Express users for their patience as we worked quickly to resolve the issue. We're happy to see the excitement around this new iPad app and hope people enjoy the photo editing and sharing experience.
For more information, visit: http://mobile.photoshop.com.
(First posted on Friday, August 13, 2010 at 00:40 EDT)