Photoshop Express comes to iPad, iPhone and Android get updated

Joining the ever-increasing list of applications to go cross-platform, Adobe has updated its free Photoshop Express application to include support for Android and the iPad – although it is yet to be updated for the iPhone 4’s higher-resolution display.

For those of you that aren’t aware of Photoshop Express, it’s a simple image editing application that’s designed to give users basic Photoshop features – such as cropping, a touch-up tool, color effects (including black and white effects) and filters – and it’s available for free. Photoshop Express also allows users to store images online at Photoshop.com, or you can choose to directly upload images to sites such as Facebook, Flickr, Picasa and Photobucket.

Photoshop Express for iPad

The applications are part of Adobe’s Photoshop.com ecosystem, which accommodates users of all experience levels, and is presumably aimed at encouraging those users to eventually purchase Adobe’s paid products. For those interested in editing images on their PC, Photoshop.com also offers the Photoshop Online Editor and Organizer, which is a slightly more advanced version of Adobe’s Photoshop Express mobile applications.

Photoshop Express can be downloaded via the App Store / Marketplace on your Apple or Android device now.

Sources: Endaget, Photoshop.com

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