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| December 12, 2012
Adobe Photoshop Express Goes Beyond Borders With Latest Update
Adobe Photoshop Express, the basic universal iOS photo editing sibling of the iPad-only Adobe Photoshop Touch, has received another major update. This update comes a month after the app's last major update, which brought red-eye elimination, face tagging, and more. For its part, the new update brings a new first run experience, performance enhancements, workflow improvements, and bug fixes. But that's not at all, of course. In addition, the updated version of Adobe Photoshop Express introduces a new Autocorrect tool. Autocorrect enhances photos with a single tap. It balances color, adjusts brightness, and checks contrast all for the improvement of your photos. Just tap the magic wand button and your photos will be automagically corrected. [caption id="attachment_365025" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Adobe Photoshop Express[/caption] Furthermore, the latest update to Adobe Photoshop Express makes the in-app Adobe Borders Pack more affordable. Previously available for $0.99, the Borders Pack is now offered for the very low price of free. That's right: the Borders Pack is now preinstalled in Adobe Photoshop Express. The Adobe Borders Pack includes 40 borders and frames, which you can easily apply to your photos. In case you're wondering, Adobe Camera Pack and Adobe Effect Pack are still available in the app for $4.99 and $2.99, respectively. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, Adobe Photoshop Express is available in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]