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Adobe announce Photoshop Express 2.0 for iOS, new Camera Pack

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Press release:

Adobe Announces Photoshop Express 2.0 for iOS with New Adobe Camera Pack for In-App Purchase
 
 
With more than 20 million customers and growing, Adobe Photoshop Express has achieved great popularity on iOS and Android devices. Photoshop Express offers easy, on-the-go support for capturing, organising, editing and sharing photos on popular social networks like Facebook, making it a must-have app for customers working with digital photos on new smartphones and tablets.
 
Adobe today announced the immediate availability of Adobe Photoshop Express 2.0 software for iOS devices. Available as a free download on the Apple iTunes Store, Photoshop Express 2.0 introduces a new Adobe Camera Pack for in-app purchase. This Camera Pack includes the following:
 
·         Reduce Noise: Even the best phone cameras can introduce small amounts of grain and speckling—called noise—into images. The Reduce Noise feature quickly smooths out those flaws to improve photos.
·         Self Timer: Set a camera timer to three or 10-second intervals to control when the photo is snapped and capture just the desired moment.
·         Auto Review: Ensure a good shot and delete it quickly if not. Auto Review provides a quick look at pictures before the action passes by.
 
The Adobe Camera Pack enhances the new camera workflow that debuted in Photoshop Express 1.5 for iOS and enabled customers to continuously and rapidly shoot photos directly in the app.
 
“Photoshop Express 2.0 and the new Adobe Camera Pack solve a problem for anyone who cares about the quality of their images,” says Jordan Davis, senior product manager for mobile imaging at Adobe. “Our new Reduce Noise feature fixes the graininess that often impacts photos, even those taken with high-quality phone cameras. It’s fast, accurate and puts professional Adobe Photoshop quality in the palm of your hand.”

Pricing and Availability

Photoshop Express 2.0 for iOS is available worldwide in English for free download from the iTunes store. The Adobe Camera Pack is available for in-app purchase for £2.39. Instructions for purchase are provided in the app.
 
Photoshop Express 2.0 requires iOS 4.2 or later. To use the Adobe Camera Pack, customers must have an iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPod Touch (3rd or 4th generation), or an iPad or iPad 2 (note that Photoshop Express does not include support for the iPad 2 camera at this time). For more information, visit here.

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