Photoshop.com is the online version of the most popular photo editor in the world, Photoshop.
Though it’s much lighter than Adobe’s flagship app, Photoshop.com is still a great tool to edit, manage and share your photos online.
In order to use Photoshop.com, you need to have an Adobe ID, something you should already have if you’ve ever downloaded a trial version of any Adobe app. Once logged in, you need to click the Online Editor box to access the editing tools in Photoshop.com.
Despite its name, Photoshop.com is not just an online editor. The first thing you see when opening it is, in fact, a photo gallery. You can use this tool to create online photo albums and share them with friends and family, with up to 2 GB of free storage space. Albums in Photoshop.com can be marked as private or public, and you can also import your images from Flickr, Facebook, Photobucket and Picasa.
Regarding Photoshop.com's editing tools, like we said before, they’re not as varied or as powerful as the desktop editor. There’s no support for layers, no selection tools and no mask modes, to name a few limitations.
On the upside, you’ll find tools in Photoshop.com to resize your photo, fix exposure, correct the red-eye effect, adjust white balance and focus, play with colors and even add some funny cartoony graphics. All these tools are really simple to use; most of them are controlled via sliders and display results in real time.
Photoshop.com may not be as powerful or have as many editing tool as the desktop app, but it’s a nice tool to fix, touch up, manage and share your photos online.