Adobe has announced it will be revamping its Photoshop Express system, including a Photoshop Mobile application for Windows Mobile smartphones.
As part of the decision to integrate the experimental Express application into the Photoshop family, it will be re-branded as Photoshop.com, and a mobile app will allow users to upload, browse and share photos with friends.
Users of Photoshop.com will still be able to upload to web-based services like Flickr and Facebook, and will sync with new Photoshop extras as well as the mobile application.
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Photoshop Mobile will essentially only allow users to upload and look at photos, so you won't be able to take pictures of your mate dancing alone in a club and put a picture of a girl in there with him to send to his girlfriend (well, some of us are evil like that.)
This new application will be available in late September as a beta version for selected Samsung, Motorola and Palm phones, with more to follow as the nights draw in and the snow begins to fall.