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Adobe Photoshop Express Hits Windows Phone Devices

Adobe Photoshop Express Hits Windows Phone Devices

Software giant Adobe Systems has some great news to Windows Phone users. Adobe Systems, best known for the Portable Document File (PDF) and Adobe Creative Suite, has finally launched its Photoshop Express for Windows Phone 8 operating system. Adobe Photoshop Express, the image-editing app from Adobe Systems has finally makes its Windows Phone Debut.

Adobe Photoshop Express is the company’s first creative app to make it to Windows Phone operating system. Released last Friday, Adobe’s Photoshop Express is now available for download via Windows Phone Store.

Adobe Photoshop Express is a world-class image-editing app that packs big fun with every shot you take from your smartphone or tablet. It offers a ton of options to edit your images, enabling you to turn a disappointing shot and images into something really creative. Navigation is not a problem, the UI is fairly very easy to use and understand, its editing mode looks pretty much the same to the iOS version of the app.

It comes with the basic image-editing features you would expect like crop, straighten, rotate, flip, and even red-eye removal. You can also alter the color of your photos through slider controls and make some adjustment on brightness, exposure, contrast, clarity, sharpen and more. Edited images can be shared to Adobe Reveal, Facebook, Instagram and other third-party apps.

One of the most exciting features about this app is its export and import capabilities with Adobe Reveal, which makes your photo accessible anywhere, anytime and across all your devices. Another one is its one-touch filters – called “Looks”, here you can choose over 20 Looks for your photos and if you want 20 or more, a $2.99 in-app purchase gives you full access to its ‘Premium look’ library. Adobe Photoshop Express also comes with various in-app purchases to enable more features and capabilities such as "Look Pack" and "Noise Reduction Pack".

The app will follow the same freemium model as the iOS and Android version of Adobe Photoshop Express, with basic functionality comes free of cost and can be downloaded immediately from the Windows Phone store.

It’s taken a while for the company to roll out its Photoshop Express app for Windows Phone, the iOS version has rolled out in 2009, followed by the Android version in 2011, but for many tech-savvy people and mobile developers looking for a highly versatile and powerful image-editing mobile app for their Windows Phone device, it’s likely to have been worth the wait.


Image Courtesy of TechNet.com

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