Adobe Offers Major Upgrade to iPhone Photoshop App
Mar 16, 2011, 2:18 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Adobe pushed out version 2.0 of PhotoShop Express for the iPhone today with several new features. Chief among the new powers of PhotoShop Express is the in-app ability to purchase the Adobe Camera Pack (for $3.99), which offers noise reduction, a self timer, and auto review features. The application also supports the Retina Display, and multi-tasking. The application requires iOS 4.2 or higher, though it doesn't work with the new iPad 2. Adobe told CNet that it is working on a similar revision to its Android application.
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