New update for Adobe Photoshop Express for Android
The update includes new filters, uploading photos into private albums and more
Good news for all you artists and graphic designers out there, the Photoshop Express app for Android has been updated and it offers users more new editing tools. Those who have the full Photoshop suite will surely love the new app update. According to the company, the latest version of the tool has been “rebuilt completely from the ground” and is also compatible with Android 4.4 KitKat.
The Adobe Photoshop Express app is the go-to photo editing program for mobile devices. You can crop, straighten, rotate and flip your pictures, remove red eye, touch up photos with automatic fixes and filters, which more than 20 eye-catching effects and then share your work on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and more.
There is also a special storage space for all of your pictures, you can upload them to private albums in Revel to view and share memories across devices. There is also the option of upgrading to Revel Premium after 30 days in order to get unlimited photo and video importing rights for only $5.99 a month!
The updates of the app include:
- Streamlined experience helps you create the look you want, faster.
- Exciting filters to create fun new looks.
- Upload photos to private albums in Adobe Revel to view and share memories across devices.
Though the app is redone and reworked, it has been reported that one feature doesn’t work – it appears that Photoshop Express doesn’t work with Android’s ART runtime. Adobe has addressed this issue and they promise they are working on a solution along with Google. It’s not a big problem though, seeing as ART is still more a beta product than a vital, daily-use item.
Adobe Photoshop Express was last updated to version 2.0.496 on January 23rd, 2014. Its size is 22MB and it requires Android 4.0.3 and up. You can download it for free at the Google Play Store HERE.