Adobe Updates Android App, Now Photoshop Express
Aug 25, 2010, 12:09 PM by Philip Berne
Adobe has rebranded its Photoshop.com mobile site and apps, and these will now be called Photoshop Express. With the new name comes an updated app for Android devices. Photoshop Express 1.3 lets users play back videos from their Photoshop.com library, and users can pass these videos along in email messages. In addition, the Photoshop.com site now offers Web-based apps for other smartphones, including the Photoshop Express Editor, Organizer and Uploader apps.
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Twitter to Auto-Play Videos in Mobile Apps
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