November 06, 2009

Photoshop.com Mobile comes to Android

Building on its great momentum on the iPhone, the Photoshop.com Mobile app is now available for Android phones. The free application offers the same great features as the iPhone version. In addition, says the press release:

Photoshop.com Mobile for Android offers features only available on Android phones. Users can automatically upload pictures to Photoshop.com albums in the background, even when the Photshop.com Mobile application is not running. Photoshop.com accounts provide 2GB of free online photo storage, which equates to over 1,500 photos. Made possible by the Android API, the new tab-based user interface enables users to view local and online content. Also, the Android Photo Browser makes maneuvering through photos fast and convenient, bringing users’ complete photo collections right to their pockets.

At present the app is, like the iPhone version, available only in the US and Canada. I know that’s frustrating, and the team is working hard to make the app available more broadly. Stay tuned. In the meantime, you can connect with the team via Facebook and Twitter.

Posted by John Nack at 9:07 AM on November 06, 2009

Comments

  • Romain Guy — 9:20 AM on November 06, 2009

    Thanks! Android users will appreciate. Also, congratulation for the cool UI, I like to see our UI toolkit put to good use :)

  • Romain Guy — 9:24 AM on November 06, 2009

    Oh and I just checked the way the UI is implemented and I would like to congratulate the dev team for doing it the right way. It looks like it could be optimized a little bit but overall it seems pretty good.

  • Brady Kroupa — 9:44 AM on November 06, 2009

    Hi Romain, thanks a lot for your positive feedback. The team here at Adobe had a great time developing the app for Android. Kudos to the Android team.

  • Charles McBrian — 9:58 AM on November 06, 2009

    Thanks Romain. Definitely high praise coming from Google. You got yourself a great platform.

  • Joe Lencioni — 10:32 AM on November 06, 2009

    Just installed it and it is lookin good!
    If you are looking for feature suggestions, it would be really nice to be able to send pics to other apps, like my twitter app for instance.
    Keep it up.

  • Alex — 11:34 AM on November 06, 2009

    Great that I can now show my online photos on my Android phone. I still prefer PicSay for editing though.
    Like Joe said, you need to make it possible to share pictures from, and to, the app. This is what makes Android so powerful.

  • Nomad — 8:37 PM on November 06, 2009

    At present the app is, like the iPhone version, available only in the US and Canada. I know that’s frustrating, and the team is working hard to make the app available more broadly.
    TWO BIG MIDDLE FINGERS!!!

  • hair extensions — 11:51 PM on November 06, 2009

    So disappointed …i can’t find it..

  • Uwe — 3:05 AM on November 07, 2009

    great …. adobe makes apps for mobile noobs.
    but adobe is still unable to be on par with capture one when it comes to image quality, tethered shooting.
    [Can you demonstrate this quality difference you talk about? Or will you, like everyone who’s asserted such differences using fake email addresses, fail to back up your claims? –J.]

  • Lars — 10:10 AM on November 07, 2009

    i think adobe should concentrate on mobile apps and maybe photoshop and let other developer create applications for photographers.
    capture ones image quality is so much better then lighrooms!!

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