Adobe launches free Web app and photo sharing service, Photoshop Express

Every product has its naysayers out there and Adobe's Photoshop Express is no exception, but I think Adobe's entry into photo sharing and Web-based photo editing (public beta launched yesterday) is awesome for several reasons (in no particular order): Robust online photo-editing tools with an unmatchable pedigree; super-slick, Flashy, Flexy, Web 2.

Adobe launches free Web app and photo sharing service, Photoshop Express

Every product has its naysayers out there and Adobe's Photoshop Express is no exception, but I think Adobe's entry into photo sharing and Web-based photo editing (public beta launched yesterday) is awesome for several reasons (in no particular order): Robust online photo-editing tools with an unmatchable pedigree; super-slick, Flashy, Flexy, Web 2.0-ish interface; allows upload and download of original resolution files; seamless interface with FaceBook and other social networking sites; free vanity URLs for your galleries; Flash-based slideshows (that you can e-mail) with cool transitions/animations; and last but not least, it's FREE. Lots of chatter going on about it, so read more ZDNet blog posts below and don't miss Lori Grunin's excellent review.

Adobe's Photoshop Express and the big picture (Between the Lines)

Concerns raised over content ownership, terms with Adobe Photoshop Express service (The Apple Core)

Photoshop Express a fine, free tool for teachers and students (ZDNet Education)