Adobe Photoshop Released For Android
When I think Photoshop, I think of "hilarious pictures that are doctored to look like something else." Such as lampooning one's favorite baseball announcer who mis-called a play to signify the end of a game, which didn't really happen. For smartphones, we're not quite there yet, but Adobe's signature photo editing tool is now part of the Google Android OS.
Cropping and rotating are the two main and probably most used functions. It can also color correct, change to grayscale, or to soften the focus.
For the intent of a picture taken on a cell phone camera, isn't this really all anyone needs? The quickness of a phone photo will render it semi-professional, leaving a need to cut out unnecessary elements like:
• People you don't like and wish they were strangers!
• Your own thumb!
• Strangers' thumbs!
And hopefully, at some point, doctoring pictures to look like other things will be a possibility. Give it time, Android.