Another improvement to the functionality of Adobe's app is the implementation of the so-called pet-eye correction tool. As a whole, the pet-eye correction tool is similar to the already existing red-eye removal tool. It enables you to get rid of the nasty bright reflections that you usually get when you take a picture of your pet and the flash of the device paints its eyes either green or yellow.
Thanks to the recent update, Photoshop Express is now a little friendlier to new users, as Adobe has added some nifty coach marks. These are transparent tutorials that guide you through the different aspects of the app's interface.
Adobe Photoshop Express was treated to an incremental update several months ago, which overhauled the app's interface and brought a number of performance improvements. However, the image editor had certain issues with Android's experimental ART runtime back then – the app did not function correctly and was quite likely to crash if users ran it under ART. There is no word if this problem has been addressed by Adobe, but it is stated that the latest update brings a number of bug fixes and performance improvements – hopefully, a solution for the runtime issue is among them.
Photoshop Express is free to use, but some features of Adobe's mobile image editor come as in-app purchases.
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