Adobe Debuts Web-based Photoshop Express
Photo storage on the Web is nothing new. Nor is image editing. But when the two are combined under the mantle of Adobe’s Photoshop, well, that unto itself becomes news. Fortunately, Photoshop Express–Adobe’s new free, Web-based service that entered public beta today–offers more substance than just the novelty of its heritage.
Photoshop Express may carry the name of Adobe’s flagship image editing software, but the online version bears little resemblance to that. Rather, the software tries to make basic editing and enhancing tasks point-and-click easy. My early impressions after using this service: The Photoshop Express beta succeeds in making serviceable image editing available wherever you have an Internet connection, but it stil has bugs and annoyances to eliminate in this shakedown cruise.
Full article: pcworld.com