Adobe Photoshop Express
The ultimate phone-photo pimping app
Adobe Photoshop Express Review
by on March 3, 2011
There’s so much more to Photoshop than manipulating the size of a lady’s breasts to sell magazines, or to iron out the wrinkles of a celeb who has become a melted waxwork of her former self.
The powerful and rather popular image-editing programme can seriously perk up even the worst photos, giving oomph to the most lacklustre of images.
Adobe Photoshop Express for Android is a free app that can mask the inadequacies of a phone’s camera in an, er, flash. It’s a barebones version of Photoshop but that’s not a bad thing. There’s a whole host of tools available within the app. Those included are the most essential for image saving, like cropping and auto correcting, one-touch picture enhancing and the ability to add some pretty decent filters, like sepia and black and white.
You can also upload the images to the Cloud to Photoshop.com, once you open up a free account with them. And the decent thing about the app is that it works with pretty much all flavours of Android.
Unlike the full-fat Photoshop – which throws up more complications than a night with Charlie Sheen – Adobe really has made this app as simple as possible, which means it is essential and fool proof.
Download this app: Adobe Photoshop Express for Android
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