Adobe’s trimmed down, web-based version of Photoshop named Photoshop Express is still in beta but it has gotten a few updates that should please some users.
There’s a new Adobe AIR-based desktop application that can be used to upload photos to Photoshop Express and since AIR is cross platform it will work fine from a Mac or PC.
Also new is the ability to print your photos through Shutterfly, the ability to drag and drop photos into Photoshop Express, and to resize images with one click.
For a very basic photo editor its not too bad. For more info about Photoshop Express check it out here.
[Via Photography Bay]
As promise, Adobe has updated their free, web-based photo editing application Photoshop Express to now include support for Flickr.
If all you need is a basic photo editor for fixing some colors, cropping, etc., Photoshop Express is definitely worth a look.
Aimed at the masses, Adobe today launched Photoshop Express, a web-based version of their industry leading image editing software.
Photoshop Express is a Flash application that makes it easy to do basic photo manipulation like crop, adjust saturation or exposure, or any one of several other actions.
No working with layers or adding text, but for free, basic photo editing it might do the job. Not bad for free.
Plus, Adobe will give you up to 2GB of storage space to hold your photos and Photoshop Express can sync with Facebook, MySpace and Picasa. Flickr syncing is coming too, its just not ready yet.
Check it out for yourself here.