Adobe Unveils Free Photoshop App for the iPhone

Oct 9, 2009
Photoshop App


Adobe Unveils Mobile for iPhone

New Adobe application brings must-have photo tools and eye-catching effects to iPhone users

SAN JOSE, Calif. - Oct. 9, 2009 - Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today introduced Mobile for iPhone application, delivering Adobe industry-leading digital-imaging technology to users on the go. Mobile provides consumers a convenient way to edit photos, apply effects and share images instantly with friends - all with the flick of a finger. Seamless integration with users' free accounts enables photo sharing and data back-up, saving them valuable space on their iPhones. The application is available free of charge at Apple's App Store.

"As the digital imaging leader, Adobe is excited to bring Mobile to iPhone users," said Doug Mack, vice president and general manager of Consumer and Hosted Solutions at Adobe. "Now, with access to powerful editing and sharing tools, iPhone users are armed with the resources to document all of life's unexpected moments, make them look their best and then re-live those memories with friends and family." Mobile for iPhone provides a fun, seamless experience to view photos with full-screen previews and edit images with gesture-based editing. Consumers can transform their photos with essential edits like crop, rotate and flip. Users can correct and play with color by adjusting the saturation and tint, enhancing the exposure and vibrancy and converting images to black and white. Mobile for iPhone also offers eye-catching special effects. The Sketch tool helps photos look like drawings, and Soft Focus can give photos a subtle blur for artistic effect. With just one click, users can also apply dramatic changes to the look and feel of their photos with effects such as Warm Vintage, Vignette and Pop. Edits or changes can be undone or redone so users can experiment without the worry of losing the original photo.

After making personalized edits, users can upload photos from their iPhone to their account to view and retrieve their images at a later time from any Internet-connected computer. In addition, Mobile for iPhone provides the ultimate digital photo wallet, giving users access to their entire library directly from their iPhone. offers 2GB of free online photo storage, which equates to over 1,500 photos.

More information on Mobile for iPhone can be found at:

Adobe Photoshop Family
Adobe Photoshop CS4 and Photoshop CS4 Extended are at the heart of the Photoshop family, joined by solutions for users at every level who want to bring out the best in their digital images. Photoshop Lightroom addresses the workflow needs of professional and serious amateur photographers. Photoshop Elements provides exciting tools and sharing options for photo enthusiasts. Lastly, snap shooters can access for free online photo editing to simply fix and enhance photos and quickly share those images on social-networking sites or through online galleries.
Pricing and Availability

The Adobe Mobile for iPhone application is available as a free download from Apple's App Store on iPhone and iPod touch. The application is available in the U.S. and Canada only.

About Adobe Systems Incorporated

Adobe revolutionizes how the world engages with ideas and information - anytime, anywhere and through any medium. For more information, visit

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