Adobe’s Rebuilt Photoshop Express Is KitKat-Compatible


Adobe has overhauled its Photoshop Express app for Android to deliver a “streamlined” user experience, a faster imaging engine, and new features. The update also brings support for devices running Google latest Android 4.4 KitKat operating system.

Adobe has rebuilt the app from the ground up in an effort to help you “create the look you want, faster.” Its new imaging engine doesn’t just improve performance, but it also allows Photoshop Express to cope with larger file sizes, and you can access photos stored both locally on your device’s internal storage and on a microSD card.

Adobe has also added some great new filters that’ll transform your images; there are more than 20 to choose from, and they’re applied with a single tap. And with Adobe Reveal, you can upload private photo albums to the cloud and share your memories across multiple devices.

Revel is free to try for 30 days, then $5.99 per month after that if you choose to subscribe. Photoshop Express itself is free to download from Google Play by following the source link below.