Adobe announced today the launch of the long-awaited Web component to its flagship digital-imaging application, Photoshop. Debuting today in public beta, Adobe Photoshop Express is a free online photo-sharing, editing, and storage site. As of its launch, users will be provided with 2GB of free storages and integration with popular Web apps such as Facebook and Photobucket. Further partnerships with sites like Flickr to come.
"Photoshop is trusted technology that has changed the visual landscape of our world. Now, Photoshop Express allows anyone who snaps a digital photo to easily achieve the high-impact results for which Adobe is known," Adobe vice president of Consumer and Hosted Solutions Doug Mack said. "Photoshop Express is a convenient, single destination where you can store, edit and share photos whether you're at home, school or on the road."
Photoshop Express also boasts a number of sharing options, including a built-in Gallery feature, slideshows, and export and import from social networking services such as Facebook. Photos need not be public, of course: Adobe assured us that the site offers a number of robust privacy options so that only the people you authorize can see your photos.
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