Adobe rolls out online photo editing tool

 

Adobe has announced the official release of its Photoshop Express beta.

The new application allows users to easily edit and upload photos to social networks such as Facebook. Express also offers 2 free gigabytes of online storage, slideshow capabilities and photo embedding for blogs.

According to Doug Mack of Adobe, “Express is a convenient, single destination where you can store, edit and share photos whether you’re at home, school or on the road.”

Surprisingly, the Photoshop Express beta is currently available for download by US residents only. Indeed, the Adobe website notes that users may experience “slow performance if accessed outside of the US.”

However, future plans include support for other languages and countries.

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