Adobe launches Photoshop Express for Windows Phone, finally

Adobe has finally launched its Photoshop Express, image editing application for the Windows Phone 8 operating system.

Photoshop Express has been one of the prominent apps that was missing from the Windows Phone Store, although a Modern version for Windows 8/8.1 was released last year. The app has been available for iOS and Android-based devices for nearly four years and has now landed on Microsoft's Windows Phone.

Similar to its variants on other platforms, Photoshop Express features some nifty image editing features such as the ability to crop, straighten, rotate or flip photos, fix red eye, exposure and clarity, in addition to 20 filters similar to Instagram. Edited images can be shared to Facebook or Instagram through the app easily.

The app also comes with various in-app purchases to enable more features such as "Look Pack" and "Noise Reduction Pack," if required. The basic functionality of the application however comes free of cost and can be availed immediately from the Windows Phone Store. Users with devices running Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 can head to this link and grab the app.

Source: Windows Phone Store | Image via Adobe

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deadonthefloor said,
Embed QR codes already....
Some of us use desktop to read.

Over to mobilenations (aka wpcentral) for QR code, back soon....


You know you can install apps to your phone from your desktop, right?

D. FiB3R said,
You know you can install apps to your phone from your desktop, right?

Not when my corporate desktop blocks logins to Microsoft Account services.

Just saw the title of this article and I was thinking that people says: THANKS GOD & Companies they care about WP.

So this is the track of a company that wants to build the mobile app:
1.- Develop for iOS & Android (both together if possible)
2.- Wait for some months probably years to see the success and grab stats to see if windows phone platform will increase traffic or use of the service.
3.- Develop for Windows Phone planning
4.- Finally to release it.

I feel sorry for Windows Phone, but at least companies worry about it in third place.

This is just an opinion, do not take it as an attack.

right! actually I was expecting Windows Phone to go over Android, but thanks Android Fragmentation more users have it (totally outdated) but they have android at least.

I hope before 2020 WP be number 2 or why not number 1.

acido00 said,
right! actually I was expecting Windows Phone to go over Android, but thanks Android Fragmentation more users have it (totally outdated) but they have android at least.

I hope before 2020 WP be number 2 or why not number 1.

Well they are finally doing some smart things as far as getting more OEMs on board with Windows Phone. Those cheap no-name Chinese brands we shrug off are also part of the reason Android is so widely adopted. It's not just about Galaxys, Lumias, and iPhones outside of the US. With the floodgates open, I can see it picking up steam, but the US market is going to the hardest to crack.

Used to install it back in the days when I used an iPhone, and later a Galaxy S3. Stopped to use it some times ago when I realised the tools included in iOS and Android were as good as Photoshop Express ;)

I was curious about how it compared to Nokia's, the wife's got my WP for the afternoon, wanted to compare. Not as good? Will have to pass.

Didn't find anything great about it. There are tons of other apps that do the same. Doesn't hold a candle to Creative Studio IMO, but then again CS is only for Lumias.

installing now, finally!

Got to say things seem to be gaining traction. No where near there yet but its momentum is building for WP being generally accepted.

I think Microsoft knew that they can't instantly impact the current market, so you build slow, listen to what the community has to say and then you build on it. So far it definitely looks like they are taking in the feedback and implementing it into Windows. It can only keep growing, and with Microsoft money pumping it, it will grow

suprNOVA said,
I think Microsoft knew that they can't instantly impact the current market, so you build slow, listen to what the community has to say and then you build on it. So far it definitely looks like they are taking in the feedback and implementing it into Windows. It can only keep growing, and with Microsoft money pumping it, it will grow

I'm seeing it here in the UK, loads of younger kids (the old BB mob age) are rocking the cheaper 5xx 6xx lumias and loving them, overall I see load more people with WP devices and the general mood seems to be loosening over the Anti MS train style that has been prevalent for a long while. It'll take a while but I think once its gone to a certain mass its a done deal as the vast majority don't form opinions - they just follow them ;)