These days, I’m wasting/spending a lot of time looking around for a bunch of applications and components built with Adobe Flex. I have been reading up quite a bit on this very promising framework and talked about the release of the most recent version of the builder. It’s not very surprising to find some of the most amazing applications built by the company who created the framework, Adobe Inc.
Adobe Photoshop Express has now entered the public beta phase which means anyone can go ahead and give it a try to see what this application is all about. “Photoshop Express allows users to store up to 2 gigabytes of images online for free, make edits to their photos, and share them online in creative ways, including downloading and uploading photos from popular social networking sites like Facebook.“
Although Photoshop Express is marketed towards the “photoshop impaired”, it still has much to offer for experienced users as well. It’s a great way to share photos without using your own bandwidth and enables advanced effects in just a few clicks. I like the interface but I did hit a couple of bugs(keep in mind this is still in beta) and the application and the effects respond well and pretty quickly.
I have not had time to give this a complete look, such as uploading many pictures to manage an album, but what I was able to do with the sample albums is a good indication that Photoshop Express might be a neat application for many users to enjoy. Give it a try!