The Windows Phone system has built its app content from a number of makers, but Adobe has one that has lingered and not given their biggest apps to Windows Phone. On Friday, Adobe released Adobe Photoshop Express for Windows Phone, bringing high quality photo editing to users.
The Adobe Photoshop Express app is a free app, and is a fully featured exciting app for Windows Phone users. It gives users a ton of photo features, and gives users a wild number of fun tools for photos. The app is free, and available on the Windows Phone store.
Adobe Photoshop Express Features
With the arrival of the Adobe Photoshop Express for Windows Phone, users will not be able to crop, straighten, rotate, flip their photos, and remove red eyes on the Windows Phone. With it, it also allows auto-fix, one-touch adjustments for brightness, exposure, and shows. These have never been so easy to adjust for Windows Phone users.
Included with this app, slider controls for Color including exposure, contrast, clarity, vibrance, and more are included. Over 20 eye-catching effects for filters are also bundled with the app. There are additional looks and noise reduction packs with the app, and a built-in social feature for Instagram, Facebook, and texting.
Reviews Of 5 Stars Already
Adobe Photo Express has only been live in the Windows Phone store for only a few days, but it has already garnered over 500 reviews with an average of 4.5 stars out of 5. Users love the number of features, the fact that Adobe finally brought it to Windows Phone, and the free cost for users.
Windows Phone has needed this type of high quality photo editing app, and Adobe has given it to Windows Phone users. The app makes Windows Phone a big player now, and users will be able to edit their selfies, group photos, and family photos while being mobile. There has been a number of other photo apps made for Windows Phone, but having Photoshop in your pocket, makes it professional and a great free tool.
Adobe Photoshop Express is a fun and free app. Grab it now and let us know what you think, but I love it.