The latest Google+ app for Android adds new photo-editing features and a cleaner layout that matches up with the recently redesigned Web version.
Picnik users say Google is trying to force them into its Google+ social network if they want access to the site's photo-editing features. And they're not happy about it.
Early indications suggest that Google is building in photo-editing tools at a platform level.
Photoshop.com comes to Phoenix Technologies' HyperSpace platform for Netbooks and laptops.
Free users of the online photo-editing site now get more features--but ads, too. Premium subscribers get an ad-free view and a couple other perks.
Nik Software's "U Point" photo-editing technology will be available as a Photoshop plug-in later this quarter.
The online photo-editing services of Picnik now can be embedded in any Web site through use of its API.