Adobe has just pushed the button on a significant update for its Adobe Photoshop Express application for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Now, users can enjoy a brand new iOS 7 redesign, additional sharing options, and a selection of further features.
You can pick up version 3.3 of the application on the App Store now, and as before it’s free to download. Besides redesigning and optimizing the app for iOS 7, Adobe Photoshop Express now also supports native sharing either using the Messages app or to Instagram, and “pet-eye” (i.e., green eye) corrections can be made from inside the application, too.
There’s also a useful auto-save feature in Adobe Photoshop Express 3.3, and enhanced navigation makes using the app easier than before. Finally, a selection of important bug fixes and performance improvements have also been added to the application.
Here’s a recap of the changes made in Adobe Photoshop Express 3.3, as outlined in the app’s release notes:
- A brand new editing experience with a new look for iOS7
- Share via Instagram or SMS
- Pet-eye (a.k.a. green-eye) correction
- Save your work without saving now that the app resumes where you left off
- Navigation improvements throughout the app, including Tool Tips and updates to the Photo Picker
- Bug fixes and performance improvements.
As a reminder, Adobe Photoshop Express got a refreshed user interface (UI), additional features, and Adobe Revel integration with an update released back in September. If you’re not familiar with the application, it offers users a Photoshop-style experience for owners of Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch; however, though it’s available to download free of charge, a number of in-app purchases (IAPs) expand on the app’s limited feature set.
Adobe Photoshop Express can be downloaded free of charge on the App Store, and as mentioned, the updated application is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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