Adobe Photoshop Express gets updated interface and a number of tweaks


Adobe Photoshop Express, the free image editing application for tablets and smartphones, has received fresh updates, something users craved each season.

The app now has a cleaner interface with updated icons and and less Holo menus. The revamped user interface include Image Picker, Setting, Share Screen, Splash Screen and Editor Screens for crop, Red Eye and other filters.

Additionally, the app is now available in 17 more languages. Users can also import from and save to Creative Cloud libraries.

The developers have implemented redo functionality and even fixed Facebook and Google sign-in integration.

Introduced first in 2011, Adobe Photoshop Express provides basic editing features with comprehensive system of controls. It offers automatic correction of color and saturation, filter sets, noise reduction and faster processing of photos.

Users can send a photo directly to Photoshop Express or even access their photo galleries from Facebook, Flickr or Photobucket.

The app is available for free download on iOS, Android, and even Windows 8.


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