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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