Adobeâ€™s newly launched Photoshop Express is a very beautiful looking, though unfortunately feature poor online photo editing solution.
If youâ€™re looking for an online Photoshop replacement, then this is not it; but if youâ€™re looking to do some simple editing with the power of Adobe doing most of the work for you, then Photoshop Express might be just what youâ€™ve been waiting for.
One of the coolest features is definitely the ability to take the app full screen (and by full screen, I mean FULL screen), allowing you to easily forget that youâ€™re working in a web environment. The downside is that you’re still working in a web environment, so things slow down a bit when you’re doing processor heavy tasks.
Tools include the ability to crop and rotate, auto correct, adjust exposure, remove red-eye, tune various aspects of the image, and add certain effects that work well at times and terribly at others.
One benefit of using the service is that Adobe is providing 2 GB of complimentary storage for your photos so that you can save and share them right from the Photoshop Express app itself.
Itâ€™s definitely not perfect, but it is a good start, and worth checking out, so hop on over and see what theyâ€™ve got going on.