Back in October 2009, Adobe released a Photoshop.com mobile app for the iPhone that did incredibly well on the app store. The app, as you might expect, was a toned down version of Photoshop. Some of the available tools included the ability to crop, rotate, and adjust exposure, saturation and tint. Also bundled in the app were photo filters and a number of nifty one-touch effects such as edge softening.
That said, Adobe recently re-branded its Photoshop mobile app as “Adobe Photoshop Express”, and better yet, it now includes iPad support. Some of the iPad-only features include support for portrait and landscape orientations, along with the ability to work on multiple photos within a single workflow.
Once you’re done editing your photos, you can upload them to Photoshop.com (free registration required) and subsequently access them from anywhere and make them available to friends for download. Each Photoshop account can store up to 2GB worth of photos.
You can check out the app on iTunes over here.