Photoshop.com Mobile and Slacker Radio Come to Android

November 6, 2009
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If you got your hands on a Verizon DROID today, be it the Motorola DROID or the HTC Eris, and love music, than you might have notice that Slacker Radio came to the Android Market. The other new thing for Android users today is that Adobe released a mobile version of Photoshop.com for Google's Android.

The Slacker Radio app for Android is free in the Android Market. It is a good streaming radio application that I'm sure will find a place in the hearth of many Android users. Next, is a list of what Slacker Radio for Android offers:

•Free music library featuring millions of songs
•High-quality stereo playback from any wireless connection
•Create custom artist stations based on artists or songs
•Over 100 professionally programmed genre stations
•View artists biographies and pictures
•View album art and also read the reviews
•"Peek Ahead" artist and album preview
•Multitasking; listen to music while using other apps on your phone
•Rate songs as favorites
•Ban songs and artists that you don’t like
•Vertical and Horizontal modes
•A Desktop widget

Photoshop.com from Adobe features simple image editing tools and photo sharing features. It will let Android users crop, rotate, and color correct photos. But that's not all, it'll also feature black and white and sepia filters as well as soft focus. Android users can also make their own wallpaper for their handset. In addition, Photoshop.com Mobile for Android offers features only available on Android phones. Users can automatically upload pictures to Photoshop.com albums in the background, even when the application is not running.


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