Android, iOS and even Windows 8 users have had access to Adobe's mobile version of Photoshop for quite some time, while Windows Phone owners were excluded from the party. That changed today after Adobe pushed the slick photo-editing app to the Windows Phone Store. As you'd expect, you can crop, straighten, rotate and flip images and apply a range of different filters and "looks," which may require you to run the in-app purchase gauntlet. Nevertheless, Adobe's first major Windows Phone app (if you discount Reader) won't cost you a penny, and you can grab it using the link provided below.
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