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In a side-by-side comparison, one could argue that pics from the iPhone 3GS look better than those from a Droid. That doesn’t mean you can’t make the Droid photos a little better. Adobe released a mobile Photoshop app for the iPhone a few weeks back, and […]

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In a side-by-side comparison, one could argue that pics from the iPhone 3GS look better than those from a Droid. That doesn’t mean you can’t make the Droid photos a little better. Adobe released a mobile Photoshop app for the iPhone a few weeks back, and the same title hits the Android Market today. The free software is limiting in terms of what picture qualities you can change, but I find myself using it on most of my pics. In fact, just yesterday I tweaked this little number using Photoshop for iPhone.

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Harvesting the feed corn

What I like about the app is how simple it is. You just choose what function you want and then slide your finger left to right for the adjustment. You can save the photo locally or save and upload to Photoshop.com where you have 2 GB of free storage.

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  1. Joe Chiappetta Friday, November 6, 2009

    For Windows Mobile, a program called Conduits Pocket Artist is the true mobile counterpart to Adobe’s Photoshop. The big deal with Adobe’s desktop version is that you can draw full force with a wide range of artist tools as well as edit photos. The same goes for the Conduits software. I use it to draw, color and letter webcomics and it’s truly remarkable. But again, it’s for Win Mobile. Keep up the great coverage.

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