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Adobe gives iPhone users access to Photoshop.com

Edit photos from your phone, for free

Adobe is making Photoshop.com, its free web-based photo editing software, available to iPhone owners.

While Photoshop.com Mobile for the iPhone won't quite match up to those people who want the full powers of the Mac version of Photoshop in an iPhone application, Photoshop.com Mobile does let you edit photos stored on your iPhone, adjusting qualities such as exposure, saturation, and tint as well as cropping, rotating, and flipping.

In addition you can apply effects, such as pop art, vignette, sepia, and black & white. There are even multiple levels of undo/redo if you make a mistake.

When you're done tweaking your photo to its desired state, you can upload your new picture to your Photoshop.com account. You can also view other pictures you've saved from your iPhone or computer.

Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone is a free download and requires iPhone OS 2.0 or later. Photoshop.com offers free accounts with 2GB for free, but an account isn't required to use the iPhone app.

However, the service is only currently available on the US iTunes app store. Adobe didn't reveal when the app might hit the UK iTunes store.

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See also: Postponed Photoshop.com upgrade finally released


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