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Adobe Photoshop.com comes to (Windows) Mobile Phones

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Adobe Photoshop.com comes to (Windows) Mobile Phones
Mere days after releasing the latest version of its flagship software at Photokina, Photoshop CS4, Adobe has announced and made available its latest "Photoshop" branded off-shoot, Adobe® Photoshop.com Mobile. Although the software is available now only for a very limited number of Windows Mobile phones (5 phones as the time this article was published) and as a beta product, Adobe nevertheless says that their new software is "the easiest way to upload, view, and share photos online from your Windows Mobile phone".

While Photoshop.com has developed into quite an attractive place to upload and store photos, especially because of the Adobe Photoshop Express product, it is a late starter - sites like Flickr have been providing photo sharing for years and now even social networking sites like Facebook have online photo storage pretensions - and native applications which ease photo uploading for Apple iPhones and BlackBerry phones (we previously reported on the native BlackBerry facebook application).

We haven't managed to try the Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile beta yet though - perhaps it really is extremely easy on Windows Mobile phones. We should mention that if you want to use Photoshop.com but you don't have a Windows Mobile phone, Adobe recommends you to try Shozu.

source: Adobe Labs via cnet

Adobe Photoshop.com comes to (Windows) Mobile Phones



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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42

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I'd be great if Adobe came up with a version of Photoshop for phones; of course this would have to be a basic version with essential tools such as the touch up and crop tools.

posted on 25 Sep 2008, 18:34

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not sure how successful that would be, with many phones having small screens and poor resolution. It would need to be on really high-end phones, but hey, photoshop is a high-end application.

posted on 04 Oct 2008, 10:08

3. Swan (unregistered)


still b a good thing to have, you for quick jobs when you just don't like that one guy who just jumped in the back of your picture! lol

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