Photoshop.com Mobile: Photo Editing Tool for the iPhone, Courtesy of Adobe
Article by George Norman
On 12 Oct 2009
If you want to edit photos on your iPhone, you will find out that the offer or photo editing applications is more than abundant in the App Store – with one noticeable absence: no Adobe Photoshop app. Not until now that is! The California-based company that specializes in creating multimedia and creativity software products has released Photoshop.com Mobile, an iPhone app that you can use free of charge.

Back in August Adobe announced that it pulled the plug on Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition, the free version of the Photoshop desktop app. Adobe filled the empty space Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition left behind by offering users a service called Photoshop.com. “Adobe is committed to providing customers with a great free photo-editing service and has created Photoshop.com for your use. Upload, edit, organize, share, and back up your photos all in one place. It’s quick to get started with and easy to use,” explained the company at the time.

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Photoshop.com Mobile is the iPhone-specific version of Photosho.com. With it you can take photos and edit them, or you can edit photos you have stored in the device. Here are the functions the app provides:

- Easily crop, rotate and change the color of the image you want to edit.
- Easily share photos with your friends.
- Seamless integration with your free Photoshop.com account.
- Special effects: Soft Focus adds a subtle blur for artistic effect; Sketch makes photos look like drawings; one-touch effects like Warm Vintage and Vignette.
- Undo or redo edits and changes.
- Upload photos to your Photoshop.com account (online backup saves space – you can save up to 2GB of data online, which is the equivalent of about 1,500 photos).

Vice President and General Manager of Consumer and Hosted Solutions with Adobe, Doug Mack, comments: “As the digital imaging leader, Adobe is excited to bring Photoshop.com Mobile to iPhone users. Now, with access to powerful editing and sharing tools, iPhone users are armed with the resources to document all of life’s unexpected moments, make them look their best and then re-live those memories with friends and family.

If you would like to get Photoshop.com Mobile, an iTunes download location is available
here.

In related Adobe news, tomorrow a critical security flaw in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat 9.1.3 will be addressed. Make sure to update the software if you have it installed on your computer. Also tomorrow, Microsoft will roll out 13 security bulletins (that address 34 security vulnerabilities) as part of the Patch Tuesday program.



Tags: Adobe, Photoshop.com, Photoshop.com Mobile, Apple, iPhone
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