Adobe unveils free Android version of Photoshop Mobile app

November 9, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran


The Android version of Adobe’s Photoshop Mobile app is now up for grabs. Users of Android phones can now do whatever they want with their photos, on the go. Offering an easy way to edit images, the Android version of the app is being offered free.

Initially being made available for iPhone owners in the US for a month, the app is also being made available at the Android Marketplace. Offering almost the same functions as the iPhone version, the app will come complete with auto-rotate and other editing effects.

Users will be able to send or view photos stored online at your page. You can crop, rotate and flip images. You will also be able to add blurs and adjust color tones and even add changes in exposure and tint. Adobe has made provisions to access the photo library from within the app so that you can select the images right on the iPhone rather than going to the select picture option.

What’s more, the app also allows for uploading images to your free account. The account offers you storage of up to 2GB. In case you prefer to have a slideshow of your images, the new app allows you to do that too. What we like about it is the fast and easy manner in which it helps us with our pictures. The awesome user interface calls for an applause, indeed.

(Via Wired)

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