Adobe opens shop on Web-based Photoshop Express Posted by Martin LaMonica Post a comment Adobe Systems opened up Photoshop Express on Thursday, its long-anticipated Web-based image editor aimed at the millions of consumers that want a simple way to touch up, share, and store photos. Photoshop Express, available for free with 2 gigabytes of storage at www.photoshop.com/express, is a significant departure from Adobe's desktop software business and a big bet that it can make money offering Web services directly to consumers. The application, which needs Flash Player 9 to run, pushes the limits of browser-based applications and will likely ratchet up the competition on the dozens of free and online photo-editing products available now (see our full review of Photoshop Express and gallery of screen shots of the application).
The MyPhotos page of Photoshop Express, a Web-based application for editing and sharing photos. (Credit: Adobe) News of an online version of Photoshop first came to light…
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