The app’s entire interface gets a design makeover by the Version 3 of Adobe’s Photoshop Express. Since Photoshop Express rarely gets a redesign, this is a milestone of sorts. In the early 2014, Photoshop Express was revamped which is more than 2.5 years ago.
In the past 2.5 years ago, Express’s new look was considered modern for the time being, but it hasn’t lingered for a long time, and for that it required an update which was very necessary. The new interface strive for to make Adobe Photoshop Express more newfangled-looking as well as in line with today’s design standards.
Express’s new design doesn’t quite meet Google’s Material Design aesthetics, but it nonetheless provides the app with a much cleaner interface that’s characterized by fewer Holo menus and revamped iconography. It also seems more fitting for the Marshmallow and Nougat operating systems than older versions of the app.
Another benefit is that the revamp has developed Express for the use of tablet, which should please users who want to go beyond the real-estate limitations of their smartphones to still use this functional app. Overall, the redesign has masked Express’ editor screens, share screens, settings, image picker and splash screen.
It was decided by Adobe to unveil a bunch of new features together with this new design to refurbish, too, making this an important as well as thorough renovate for the app. Some of the app’s new functions include:
- It has got the ability to save the images to users’ Creative Cloud libraries for auxiliary editing on Photoshop’s desktop software as well as got the chance to crop the images for the Facebook’s cover photo size.
- Renovate an action within Photoshop in the event that users change their minds again.
- New languages that were added (17 in total).
- Additional permissions handling for Android 6.0.
- Improved Facebook’s as well as Google’s sign-in unification.