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Adobe Photoshop Express for Android updated with new engine, features and UI

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Adobe Photoshop Express for Android updated with new engine, features and UI

Android users will now be able to enjoy a number of new features while editing images on their handsets, as Adobe has rolled out an updated version of its Photoshop Express app for the platform.

The news comes from Adobe's official blog post titled - 'Introducing the All New Photoshop Express for Android'.

The free to download updated version of the Adobe Photoshop Express for Android app, now compatible with the latest Android 4.4 KitKat iteration, will enable users to access and process the images from their SD cards "faster than before." The team is also said to have focused on making the app easy to use for users, by highlighting the most important features on top, such as looks, cropping, red eye reduction and auto-correct.

The app's Corrections menu has been also revamped with slider controls for controlling the image's exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, temperature, tint and more. The updated version of Photoshop Express for Android is powered by Adobe's latest rendering engine, which improves the overall performance and is capable of handling large files.

The updated Adobe Photoshop Express for Android app release also includes the Adobe Revel feature. Adobe Revel keeps all the photos clicked by the user organized at one place along with the sharing feature. The shared photos and videos can be contributed and viewed only by those who have been invited by the user.

The updated Adobe Photoshop Express for Android can be downloaded from the Google Play store.

Adobe recently updated its Photoshop CC software, part of the Creative Cloud subscription-based online service, to support 3D printing capabilities. All the new 3D tools and features are available as a free update for Creative Cloud subscribers.

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