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Photoshop Express receives update, adds RAW file support and blemish removal

Posted by wicked July - 12 - 2014 - Saturday Comments Off

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Adobe knows that the world is evolving to be mobile-centric, so it order to adapt, it’ll have to continue heavily supporting its mobile applications.

As a result, the company has updated Photoshop Express on both Android and iOS to add blemish removal and defogging tools. Most importantly, perhaps, is the added ability to import RAW files for editing. You can do all of this for free — just head to the link after the break to download the app from the Play Store.

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Adobe Photoshop Express update brings borders and ‘pet-eye’ fix

Posted by wicked April - 17 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

Adobe Photoshop Express for Android is seeing an update, bringing in a few editing features. We can now add borders to our shots, and Adobe has a unique take on red-eye reduction — for pets. Navigation is also improved, rolling in along with the mysterious bug fixes.

Borders are just what they seem — borders. Add a ripped effect to make your photo look torn from a magazine, or something a little fancier. For those interested in mobile editing, borders are a neat addition. It could add something different to social sharing, too — but we doubt it’ll be a widespread thing.

Adobe is also introducing what they call “Pet-eye” reduction. Sounds painful, but it’s not — it’s just red eye reduction for animals. Rather than the actual red, pets typically get a green hue to their eyes when hit at the wrong angle. Adobe is doing for your beloved pet what they’ve long done for you. See? Dogs are people, too.

The update is rolling out now, so be on the lookout for it. A free app, Adobe Photoshop Express is one of the better after-shot editors on the market. Sadly, their quickly losing ground to native camera apps that do a more tha adequate job of photo editing.

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Adobe Revel makes its way to Android – privately share photos with family and friends

Posted by wicked March - 6 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

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Adobe Revel is now available on Android. iOS users have been using Adobe Revel since 2011 to store and share their photos with select groups of family and friends. Starting now, Android users can view, share and store their photos too.

Adobe Revel is a photo storage service in which users can build albums to organize photos and videos. Photos and albums remain private by default. Users can then invite other Revel users to participate with specific albums, so that everyone can upload and enjoy each others photos. With the Android app, Revel now works across most major devices so that the whole family can get involved. Access to your photos is also convenient as your albums sync across all of your connected devices.

Adobe Revel Selling Points

The Revel app on Android has a few basic editing tools, then integrates with Photoshop and other Adobe creative tools for those that really want to get their photos just right.

Adobe Revel is available as a free download in the Google Play Store. Enjoy unlimited photo uploads for the first 30 days, but then be prepared to upgrade to a $5.99/month plan, or continue on free with some restrictions. If you happen to be looking for a Google+ Photos replacement, you’ll want to also install the Revel Importer app, which will upload all current photos on your device, then auto-upload any new photos you take, just like Google+ does.

How many Revel users out there have been waiting for this Android app? If you’ve used both, do you prefer Revel over Google+?


    







Adobe Revel Comes to Android, A Private Photo Sharing Service With Cloud Sync

Posted by wicked March - 5 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

One of the best features of iOS is Photo Stream, an iCloud connected service that allows users to upload pictures to be shared in an album only select friends and family members can view. Android, though it now has Google+ backup of photos, still doesn’t feature an easy medium for friends and family members to upload pictures into one album. Adobe Revel, which has been on iOS for three years now, looks to fix this by coming over to Android with a nifty suite of features.

The main purpose of the app is to back photos up privately and only allow certain people to access them, much like Photo Stream. A practical use case would be at a family gathering, where everyone with a smartphone can take their own pictures and upload them to be privately seen by each other.

Another feature is the ability to edit pictures after they’ve been uploaded using the service, which can be handy if you want someone else to edit your pictures for you using the service. You can manage who has which permissions in one of these Group Libraries, though,  so your friends don’t go crazy deleting and editing photos.

Features

  • Invite friends and family to join a Group Library, where you and your inner circle can create a huge collection of everyone’s photos and videos. You control who can view, add, organize, and edit the memories in a Group Library.
  • Create albums to keep your photos and videos organized.
  • Share albums with loved ones in private web galleries.
  • Share photos and videos on your favorite social networks.
  • Edit your photos to make your memories look their best.

Adobe Revel is available for free on Google Play, so go give it a whirl and let us know what you think.

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Via: Adobe

Adobe Revel keeps your precious memories within your private circles

Posted by wicked March - 5 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

It seems that Adobe hasn’t totally forgotten about Android yet. It has just released a new app called Revel that gives users a semi-private place to share their photos with family and friends without having to worry about unwanted eyes taking a peek as well.

Adobe Revel is practically a photo sharing platform with user access control. But instead of defaulting to sharing everything with everyone and anyone, Revel presumes that you want to share with as limited a number of people as possible. With Group Libraries, users can not only share photos with only the people they want, but those people can also add their own photos into the collection. This makes Revel more of a collaborative activity, perfect for pooling family photos together for family members and only family members to see.

But Revel is more than just a social photo sharing service . It is a cloud-enabled photo app in its own right. Revel allows users to sync their photos across all supported devices, desktop or mobile, so that you can take them anywhere with you. And being Adobe, there is naturally some element of photo editing available, with different filter and effects options.

Adobe Revel is now on Google Play Store and is compatible with any Android device running Android 4.0 and higher. The app is available for free but it does require users to sign in with an Adobe, Google+ or Facebook account.

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Adobe Revel, a new photo and video management app, is now available in the Play Store

Posted by wicked March - 5 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

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Adobe’s new photograph management service Revel now has an official application ready to download in the Play Store. In addition to just having a singular place for photos and videos, Adobe Revel encourages users to share photos the albums of their friends or family. On the Play Store page, Adobe says Revel is “the private place to view and share your everyday photos.” Both the application and service are free to use.

Hit the break for the gallery and download links.

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Adobe Photoshop Express updated, brings new editing and cloud features

Posted by wicked January - 24 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

Photoshop Express for Android has been revamped, offering users more editing tools. Adobe says their app has been completely redesigned, and thoroughly reimagined for Android 4.4. Those with the full Photoshop suite will love the new Express app, as will those who use it casually.

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 Express now comes with support for Revel, Adobe’s cloud service. The cloud storage allows for photo and video uploads, and Express users can now edit and upload in Revel. The new app also allows for sharing straight from Adobe’s cloud system, making for a more streamlined approach.

Editing features have also be revamped, with Adobe giving us additional tools and tweaks for better on-the-go editing. There are various new and updated filters, corrections, and cropping available. A new slider control allows for slighter controls, giving us all the ability to fine-tune our pics like never before in Photoshop Express.

Though redone and reworked, one new feature doesn’t work. Photoshop Express simply doesn’t work with Android’s ART runtime. Adobe openly admits to the issue on the Play Store page, and promises they’re working on it with Google. Thankfully, ART is still more a beta product than a daily-use item, as most of us still use Dalvik to keep things moving on our devices.

The app is free, which brings a great mobile suite to your device. Unfortunately, the Revel cloud storage will run you $5.99/month after a 30 day trial. For power users, it’s likely not going to be a problem to fork over some cash each month, but others may not feel the need. Still, the app is free, and really good, especially on tablets.
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Updated Photoshop Express now available in Google Play

Posted by wicked January - 24 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

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Photoshop Express is one of Adobe’s more popular apps in the Google Play Store, and for good reasons. The app lets users swiftly touch up the photos taken on their device, and it’s free.

Hit the break to see what Adobe had to say about the new release, as well as a link to the app in the Play Store.

  • This version was rebuilt completely from the ground up for Android and is KitKat compatible. We have made every effort to fine-tune the app for Android. As an example, Android users will appreciate accessing and processing images saved on the SD card faster than before.
  • We’ve focused on making the app easy-to-use by bringing the most popular features to the top. ‘Looks’ (our word for filters), cropping, red eye reduction, and auto-correct are now all easy-to-discover.
  • Our more savvy users will appreciate the Corrections menu with slider controls to fine-tune exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, temperature, tint, etc.
  • Under the hood, this release is powered by Adobe’s latest image rendering engine, coming to Android for the first time. This engine greatly improves performance and enables handling of large file sizes.
  • It’s still free.

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Adobe Express 2.0 Hits Google Play, Brings Streamlined UI and Photo Filter Slider Controls

Posted by Tim-o-tato January - 23 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

An updated version of Photoshop Express hit Google Play this morning, version 2.0, bringing a redone user interface as well as additional features. The app has been rebuilt from ground up and is completely compatible with Android 4.4. It’s good to see Adobe still loves Android.

Adobe focused on making the app easier to use, placing popular tools and features at the top of menus when editing photos, such as preselected filters, as well as adjustment settings for brightness, cropping, red eye detection, and the popular auto correct feature. 

Adobe’s latest image rendering engine is built into the Android version for the first time, which greatly improves performance of the app and will enable larger files to be handled while editing. All in all, it’s a pretty spiffy update to the app.

Here is the changelog.

What’s New

  • This version was rebuilt completely from the ground up for Android and is KitKat compatible. We have made every effort to fine-tune the app for Android. As an example, Android users will appreciate accessing and processing images saved on the SD card faster than before.
  • We’ve focused on making the app easy-to-use by bringing the most popular features to the top. ‘Looks’ (our word for filters), cropping, red eye reduction, and auto-correct are now all easy-to-discover.
  • Our more savvy users will appreciate the Corrections menu with slider controls to fine-tune exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, temperature, tint, etc.
  • Under the hood, this release is powered by Adobe’s latest image rendering engine, coming to Android for the first time. This engine greatly improves performance and enables handling of large file sizes.
  • It’s still free.

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How to enable Flash on Android 4.4 Kitkat (video)

Posted by wicked January - 22 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off


With the release of Android 4.4 Kitkat came one big problem: it once again disabled Flash and didn’t allow for an obvious way to turn it back on. Even though the internet is shifting to a Flash-free environment, there are still a whole bunch of websites that require Flash to view appropriately. In this quick guide, we’ll show you how to enable Flash on Android 4.4 Kitkat. Do note, this does not require root access. If you need to watch it, our video above will show you how!

If you want to see the original thread on XDA-Developers, you can find it here. You’ll need to take a short trip there to download the requisite file. So you should do that. What you’ll need:

  • A file manager because you’ll be side-loading apps. Note, since you’re downloading everything, you’ll be find all the materials in your download folder once you download them.

Okay, let’s get started.

  1. On your Kitkat device, you’ll need to allow for the installation of APKs from unknown sources. To do that, enter your Settings, navigate to Security, then tick the box that says “Unknown sources”. This will allow you to side-load applications.
  2. In the Google Play Store, you’ll need to install Dolphin Browser.
  3. Check and make sure Dolphin Jetpack is installed by default (it should be). If it isn’t, you’ll need to grab that. You should be able to install and enable it within the application. It is very important that Dolphin Browser be installed and Dolphin Jetpack be enabled. Do not proceed to step 4 until this is done.
  4. If you have Adobe Flash installed already, you’ll need to uninstall that. Open your Settings, navigate to Apps, and it should be on that first list that pops up if you have it. Click on it and uninstall it.
  5. Go download the hacked Adobe Flash APK. We recommend you check out the XDA thread to get the download link, but you can also find it by clicking here.
  6. Using your trusty file manager we told you to get earlier, navigate to your Download folder, find the Adobe Flash APK, and install it.
  7. Once that’s done, open Dolphin Browser, open the menu and then the Settings. Navigate to Web Content and ensure that Flash Content is enabled. If not, enable it.
  8. Open up Settings, navigate to Security, and untick the “Unknown Sources” box. There’s really no reason to leave that on and it could present a security risk. So turn it off!
  9. Profit!

It seems like there are a lot of steps, but it really isn’t difficult at all. It does not require root access and users at XDA report that it works on practically every device that runs Android 4.4 including devices running stock ROMs and custom ROMs. It should be noted that Flash isn’t officially supported so pages with Flash content will probably load a little slowly. The OP stated that sites like YouTube work adequately. It’s also worth mentioning that for the time being, this only works with Dolphin Browser and with no others. When or if that changes, we’ll update our guide here and let you know!

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