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| November 13, 2012
Tag Faces, Eliminate Red-Eye And Do Much More With Adobe Photoshop Express
Adobe Photoshop Express, the basic but nonetheless useful photo editing app for iOS from Adobe, has just received another major update. This new major update comes five months after the last one. The last major update added a new effects pack while enhancing the app's existing border pack. In addition, it added Tumblr and Twitter sharing while enhancing the app's support for Facebook and Flickr. A few editing enhancements were included as well. Essentially, the new update to Adobe Photoshop Express further improves on the sharing and editing features of the app. On the sharing front, Adobe Photoshop Express now lets you tag faces while sharing photos to Facebook. Just tap the new "Add Face Tag" tab in the Facebook sharing screen, tap a face, enter the name of your friend to whom that face belongs, and that's it. Speaking of sharing screen, Adobe Photoshop Express now also has updated sharing screens not only for Facebook but also for Twitter, Tumblr, and, of course, Photoshop Express. Apparently, support for Flickr sharing has been removed in the app. [caption id="attachment_355895" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Adobe Photoshop Express[/caption] Now, on the editing front, the app has gained a simple one-tap function for eliminating the undesirable red-eye effect in photos. Also, the adjustment sliders now display numerical values to aid you in making more precise edits. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later, the new version of Adobe Photoshop Express is available now in the App Store for free. The updated app also includes iOS 6 compatibility, animated help content, bug fixes, performance boosts, and in-app notifications. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]