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Adobe is stepping up its game with the iOS version of Photoshop Express, this week releasing a 2.0 update for the free app which adds a Camera Pack as an in-app purchase option to make your digital photography even better.
Adobe is announcing the immediate availability of Photoshop Express 2.0, an update to their free universal iOS app which aims to enhance the new camera workflow introduced with the previous 1.5 version with the availability of the Adobe Camera Pack, a $3.99 in-app purchase.
"Photoshop Express 2.0 and the new Adobe Camera Pack solve a problem for anyone who cares about the quality of their images," explains Adobe senior product manager for mobile imaging Jordan Davis. "Our new Reduce Noise feature fixes the graininess that often impacts photos, even those taken with high-quality phone cameras. It's fast, accurate and puts professional Adobe Photoshop quality in the palm of your hand."
The new Adobe Camera Pack offers three key features:
* Reduce Noise: Even the best phone cameras can introduce small amounts of grain and speckling - called noise - into images. The Reduce Noise feature quickly smooths out those flaws to improve photos.
* Self Timer: Set a camera timer to three or 10-second intervals to control when the photo is snapped and capture just the desired moment.
* Auto Review: Ensure a good shot and delete it quickly if not. Auto Review provides a quick look at pictures before the action passes by.
Adobe Photoshop Express 2.0 continues to be a free download from the App Store, while the Camera Pack requires a $3.99 in-app purchase as well as an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, third or fourth-generation iPod touch or an iPad. Unfortunately, Photoshop Express doesn’t yet take advantage of the iPad 2’s dual cameras, but it sounds like Adobe will implement this in a future update.
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