Adobe Launches Web-based Photoshop Express

Adobe launched the public beta of their Photoshop Express web service today at

The site requires Flash Player 9 and offers an entirely web-based image editor.

Photoshop Express is designed to be used essentially by anyone who uses a point and click digital camera, said Mack.

People can organize photos by dragging them into albums or create a gallery to share images. The service also lets people email links images stored online, embed them in a Web page, or download them.

Photoshop Express offers 2GB of storage with the ability to crop, rotate, and touch up your images. It also integrates with a number of photo-sharing websites. Adobe plans on eventually adding a subscription service with more options and storage.

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