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Adobe updates their Photoshop Express application for Android with KitKat support

The famous graphics software firm, Adobe, has recently given its Photoshop Express application for the Android platform based devices a makeover, adding a slew of updates along with a complete redesign of the basic app.

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Adobe updates their Photoshop Express application for Android with KitKat support
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Adobe updates their Photoshop Express application for Android with KitKat support

The Adobe Inc.'s renovated application is now powered by an image rendering engine which is completely new to the Android platform and it is said to have improved its performance while enabling work with some larger file sizes.

The application now also features a newly added Corrections menu with some slider controls to fine-tune exposure the image, contrast set up, highlights, and shadows, as well as the color temperature and the tint.

The Adobe Inc. has focused on making the application really easy to use by bringing the most popular features to the top of the app. 'The Looks', which is their word for filters, cropping option, red eye reduction, and the auto-correct features are now all easy to discover throughout the app.

This version of the famous photo editor was rebuilt completely from the ground up for the Android platform and is the latest Android version, v.4.4 KitKat compatible. They have made almost every effort possible to fine-tune the application for the Android users.

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/28" rel="author">Triszia Marie Santos</a>
Triszia Marie Santos is navigating the mobile device space for you. She is an early adopter in all things mobile and loves to write about the latest mobile trends.

 

 

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