Glitch delays Photoshop Express update

Adobe Systems delays a planned update to Photoshop Express after discovering a last-minute glitch

Adobe Systems has delayed a planned update to Photoshop Express after discovering a last-minute glitch.

"As you know, we were preparing updates to the Photoshop Express beta on May 7th that added significant new functionality to the product," Adobe said in a statement. "However, prior to going live, we discovered a bug that requires a fix. We're committed to delivering a quality experience with Photoshop Express and don't want to send out an update that isn't ready for prime time."

Adobe said it is "working on a quick resolution." but did not say exactly when it will go ahead with the update, which adds a direct connection to Flickr.

"Stay tuned," Adobe said. "We'll have an exact time frame on when you can expect these new Photoshop Express features soon."

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