Adobe has released a Photoshop app for the iPhone. It’s a available for free from the iTunes App Store.
In the new Photoshop app, you get adjustment features like cropping, exposure, saturation and tint, along with a number of presets and stylized effects. The overall user interface is pretty slick, which you would expect from Adobe. You slide your fingertip across the image in several of the settings to add or reduce their intensity. The crop tool is so smooth too – it just works the way cropping should. Overall, the app feels very intuitive.
One thing I really like about the app is that it leaves your photos on your camera roll untouched and creates a copy for you to edit. As a result, you get a second version of your image to process and you’ve always got your clean original if you want to do something else. The new, edited photo is saved as the last image in your iPhone’s camera roll when you are done with it in the Photoshop app. I’m not sure if or which other apps do this, but I appreciate this feature. [Read more…]