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Adobe's John Nack notes that the company's free Photoshop.com Mobile iPhone application [App Store] has seen over one million downloads since its launch ten days ago. The application has dominated the App Store's lists of free applications over the entire time, holding down the #1 spot not only in the Photography category but also the overall rankings.
Wow--on behalf of the team, thanks again for the warm reception! Here's the official blurb:

"Adobe today announced that its Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone application has been downloaded over 1 million times from Apple's App Store, a milestone reached in less than one week of availability. Additionally, the application has held the No. 1 position for all "Top Free" applications as well as the "Top Free" application in the Photography category for 10 consecutive days. Thousands of iTunes reviews have provided Adobe with positive feedback, insight and suggestions that will be considered for future versions of the application."
There is no word yet on when the application will become available in other countries beyond the U.S. and Canada.

Article Link: 'Photoshop.com Mobile' Reaches One Million Downloads
 

rhett7660

macrumors G5
Jan 9, 2008
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Here's hoping they add some more features!! And they don't get a big head and start charging for it! I can see it now, about every 18months or so they, meaning Adobe, release a new version and charge for it. Ughhh.
 

fishmoose

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Jul 1, 2008
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I downloaded it from my US account, pretty nice app! Does if for me when it comes to photo editing on a phone. But new features would be nice.
 

Doctor Q

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Sep 19, 2002
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The first time I used it was to resize a photo. Except it doesn't seem to have that feature!

However, it did a fine job cropping another photo, and that was useful. I certainly got my money's worth.
 

Michael73

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Feb 27, 2007
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I used this app this morning. I agree that more functionality would be welcome but I can't complain - the app is free :D
 

Daiden

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Feb 25, 2007
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I'd love for them to add more features to the free version, but if they released a paid version with a ton more features I'd probably buy it.
 

aarond12

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May 20, 2002
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Dallas, TX USA
Ain't bad...

It could use some more "Photoshop"-like features, such as tint and hue, and fewer "Photoshop Elements"-like features like tinting the entire picture one color.

Sometimes the iPhone camera does a terrible job of color balanacing and it would be nice to be able to fix that. It DOES, however, do a very good job of fixing exposure issues (such as a backlight condition that the camera doesn't do well with either).

-Aaron-
 

Rojo

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Sep 26, 2006
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Barcelona
I would LOVE for them to offer a paid version with more functionality.
Photoforge has a bunch of features that are like the full version of Photoshop, but the UI is wacky and it doesn't work well. If Adobe could make their own program with those features and more, I'd buy it in a heartbeat! The technology's possible...it just needs to be done in a way that works well!
 

macduke

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Jun 27, 2007
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It could use some more "Photoshop"-like features, such as tint and hue, and fewer "Photoshop Elements"-like features like tinting the entire picture one color.

Sometimes the iPhone camera does a terrible job of color balanacing and it would be nice to be able to fix that. It DOES, however, do a very good job of fixing exposure issues (such as a backlight condition that the camera doesn't do well with either).

-Aaron-

For me, Photogene takes care of the color correction and fuzziness of the images. That app, Sketchbook Mobile, and Color Expert have me covered for 90% of everything creative I'd need to do on the iPhone.
 

Stately

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May 14, 2008
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NYC
It could use some more "Photoshop"-like features, such as tint and hue, and fewer "Photoshop Elements"-like features like tinting the entire picture one color.

Sometimes the iPhone camera does a terrible job of color balanacing and it would be nice to be able to fix that. It DOES, however, do a very good job of fixing exposure issues (such as a backlight condition that the camera doesn't do well with either).

-Aaron-

The iPhone camera is the downside to apps like this. That's why I think it should just be real PS on a larger tablet device to do real editing of real photos through USB. Even out in the field you could get so much work done. :eek: :D
 
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