Adobe’s on-the-go photo-editing app Photoshop Express just added two incredibly useful new features: Google Photos integration and collages.
The Google Photos tie-in means you can import and export photos from Google’s app to Photoshop Express for quick editing and sharing. Photoshop Express already supports Adobe’s Creative Cloud, Dropbox, Facebook, and the iOS Camera Roll, so Google Photos is a welcome addition.
Now you can make collages, a popular feature in many photo-editing apps, in Photoshop Express. The new intelligent layout tool populate your images in a carousel of collage options in one tap so you can see what they’ll look like in a variety of formats. A style transfer automation tool takes the time out of editing your collage photos, although you can still manually edit each image in the collage by tapping and adjusting it.
The new features are now available in a Wednesday update available through the App Store.
Adobe also updated Lightroom for the web so shares are are a little richer: you can add header graphics, new sections, and add text and titles to describe each section. That helps you tell more visually meaningful stories to share with friends, family, or strangers. For more information on Adobe’s November releases, check out the company’s blog post.
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