'Photoshop.com Mobile' Now Available Outside U.S. & Canada

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    Adobe today announced that its popular Photoshop.com Mobile iPhone application [App Store, Free] is now available in all countries with an App Store.
    Photoshop.com Mobile was released in early October in the U.S. and Canada, and reached one million downloads in only ten days. The application offers tools to allow users to edit photos on their iPhone or iPod touch and integrates with the company's Photoshop.com online hosting and editing service.

    Article Link: 'Photoshop.com Mobile' Now Available Outside U.S. & Canada
     
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    Finally available to us in the UK!!
     
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    bigandy

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    About time.
     
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    Indeed. There wasn't even a good reason for this...

    Phazer
     
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    JoshBoy

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    downloading now..... finally!!!
     
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    Had it since the day it came out via dodgy methods.

    Like people have said, no reason to limit it to NA up to now ...
     
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    Dodgy methods? Couldnt you have just signed up for a US iTunes account and downloaded it, then switched back to your normal one? That's how most non-US people got it easly.

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    You need a credit card to register for an iTunes account and for some reason I think (read: think, not know) Apple has limited it to one credit card per account so I can't really do that.

    Regional limiting is stupid, it's like DRM.
     
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    Strictly that's true, but there are a few easy ways round that. A Google search will bering up many methods, a few of which I think have been posted on here.
     
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    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 1.5; en-gb; HTC Hero Build/CUPCAKE) AppleWebKit/528.5+ (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.1.2 Mobile Safari/525.20.1)

    I've been using the android release for about a week. Good app.

    Off topic, I thought Adobe was "teh suck" around these parts with no programming talent whatsoever?

    Or does that opinion only apply to Flash?
     

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