Adobe might still be having trouble getting Apple to accept Flash on the iPhone, but another one of its products is going gangbusters. Photoshop.com Mobile (iTunes link) has been downloaded more than 6 million times since it was released last October and is the second most popular free photography app in the App Store.
The app lets you share and edit up to 2 gigabytes of pictures stored on Photoshop.com. It allows you to do basic photo editing on your iPhone, including cropping, rotating, filters, effects, and borders.
Both photos and videos taken on your iPhone can be uploaded to Photoshop.com and viewed through the app. Photo sand videos can be shared via emailed links.
The Photoshop app is also available on Android and Windows mobile.
Photoshop.com (formerly Photoshop express) is a webtop application for editing images and photos online. In mid September, Photoshop.com launched a mobile application, enabling users to remotely upload and edit images from their iPhone.
The iPhone 3GS, announced at WWDC on June 8, 2009, is a faster iPhone featuring a 3.0 megapixel camera with autofocus, video recording capabilities with editing, and increased (3X) processing speed. The 3GS is available in 16GB and 32GB, for $199 and $299, respectively. Other new features include: Digital Compass Cut, Copy, and Paste MMS (release delayed in the US) WiFi tethering (release delayed in the US) Voice Control Landscape Keyboard Spotlight Search Voice Memos