Adobe has launched the Adobe Photoshop Express public beta, which is an all-new free Rich Internet Application (RIA) available to anyone who is keen on storing, sorting and flaunting digital photos with breathtaking effects.
By releasing a beta version of the Photoshop Express, Adobe is seeking a user response on the product’s features and functionality. The new software incorporates the company’s supreme image editing technology and has thus been evolved as a simple and easy-to-access product targeting at a new online audience. Upto 2GB of images can be stored online absolutely free. Users can edit their photos, share them on the internet in exciting new ways by downloading and uploading photos from well-known social networking sites such as Facebook.
Photoshop Express has been developed with Flex, Adobe’s free, open source framework for building RIAs.
“Photoshop is trusted technology that has changed the visual landscape of our world. Now, Photoshop Express allows anyone who snaps a digital photo to easily achieve the high-impact results for which Adobe is known,” said Doug Mack, vice president of Consumer and Hosted Solutions at Adobe. Adding, “Photoshop Express is a convenient, single destination where you can store, edit and share photos whether you’re at home, school or on the road.”
Below is all that you can do with the latest Adobe Photoshop Express software:
You can share your photos in a creative in the following ways:
The minimum requirements for Photoshop Express include an internet connection and the latest Flash Player 9. The new software’s beta version is available right away for free at http://www.photoshop.com/express. Initially, the Photoshop Express will be made available to US residents-only in English.