Adobe Photoshop goes mobile - without editing functionality

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 30 2008 @ 09:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Adobe rolled out a mobile version of Photoshop. The name is a bit misleading though, as Mobile is basically a photo album site. Windows Mobile users can use it to upload, view and share photos online.
Adobe Systems has gradually extended its Photoshop brand from its beginnings as high-end image-editing tool to its Elements consumer-oriented photo software and its Express online photo-editing site.

Now, the company has begun taking the next step with Mobile (see previous coverage). The software is the "easiest way to upload, view, and share photos online from your Windows Mobile phone," according to Adobe.

This software lets people upload photos from their phones to and view photo albums stored online, according to the site. The beta software, a free download for people in the United States, works on several Windows Mobile-based handsets.

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