The news comes four months after the company released Photoshop.com Mobile for Android, enabling users to easily edit and share their photos. That app got an upgrade, too.
Amusingly, Adobe also takes a bit of a swing… → Read More
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 … → Read More
With online video hosting still in a rather embryonic phase, it’s only natural for Adobe Systems to lead innovation in the space by making it possible for users to upload and share motion pictures with friends and family online. Well, that would have been a good story lead five years ago, and then some. But please forgive my sarcasm for Adobe is lauding the new support for video on its … → Read More
When I was looking at traffic numbers for the top photo sites this weekend, another stat caught my eye. Online photo editing site Picnik is also quickly climbing the ranks of photo sites from seemingly nowhere.
In January, according to comScore, the site attracted 6.6 million unique visitors worldwide, a tenfold increase from the year before. On comScore’s list of the largest photo sites… → Read More