Adobe Releases Photoshop Express for iPhone, iPad

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Adobe announced the immediate availability of Photoshop Express for the iPhone and iPad on Friday. Photoshop Express is an update for Photoshop.com, Adobe’s first photo editing app for the iPhone.

Photoshop Express includes several image editing tools such as crop, flip and rotate, along with color adjustment tools like exposure and saturation, and image effects like vibrant, pop, vignette and border. The app also includes an organizer feature for creating albums that can be shared, lets users upload images to Photoshop.com and Facebook, and more.

Photoshop Express for the iPhone and iPad is free and is available at Apple’s iTunes-based App Store.

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Comments

Jeff Gamet

I’d love to check out what Photoshop Express can really do on my iPad, but I’m suffering from the nasty bug where it begins to load, then jumps to a different app instead. In my case, the app that ultimately loads when I launch Photoshop Express is Photogene—another image editing app. Maybe Photoshop Express is trying to tell me something.

John Molloy

Having the same issues here. My Favorite review on the app store concerning this issue:

This may be the first case of an App that is self-aware of its own utter crappiness to the extent that it goes to the trouble of finding and launching a competitor’s app.

iphonzie

I?m suffering from the nasty bug where it begins to load, then jumps to a different app instead. In my case, the app that ultimately loads when I launch Photoshop Express is Photogene

I had the same problem when first launching? repeated several times. Then I switched from landscape to portrait orientation and it worked fine. Now it works in landscape mode as well.

Aside from this initial bug, the app is pretty sweet on the iPad.

John Molloy

iPhonzie. Thanks for the heads up. Obviously Adobe are busy checking their build of Flash for the iPhone to bother with checking the orientation of the iPad on launch.

Awesome fail.

computerbandgeek

So does this bring anything new to the platform that wasn’t already there with other photo editing apps? Also, are they just using the exact same CoreImage apple filters that all the other apps use or did Adobe port their own photo manipulation algorithms?

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