Conclusion: If you’re a frequent user of Adobe Photoshop Touch for tablets, the phone-only edition is worth another five bucks – it’s perfect for getting wherever inspiration strikes or making a quick fix while on the go.
Pros: Offers complete functionality from iPad version. Automatic Creative Cloud sync. Image editing up to 12 megapixels in size.
Cons: Requires separate purchase for iPad users. Smaller display limits creative potential. Still no layered PSD import from desktop. Requires recent iPhone or iPod touch.
Conclusion: Audition 2.0 has been lavished with attention from top to bottom, from recording and editing to mixing and mastering. There are some stellar new features, such as the Multitrack Compressor, the Mastering Rack and the Scrub tool.
Excerpt: When Adobe Photoshop Album 1.0 entered the market less than a year ago, the program quickly became our favorite for managing a large library of digital images. So we're not surprised that the new version, Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0, is a winner as well.
Excerpt: The Good Sleek, intuitive interface. Good basic editing. Free online storage The Bad No photo resizing. If you search Apple's App Store, you'll find over 75 pages of photography-related programs.
Pros: Sleek, intuitive interface. Good basic editing. Free online storage
Conclusion: Adobe has addressed the deficits that held back its consumer video editor (such as the lack of AVCHD support). Those improvements, plus new time-saving features and online backup, make Premiere Elements 7 a shoo-in for our Editors' Choice award.
Pros: Smart Tagging. Supports 99 tracks. InstantMovie creation. Great chroma-key functionality. Updated content from the Web (for a fee). Easy access to online backup.
Cons: Not the most intuitive editor. SmartSound integration is anemic. Limited DVD authoring configurability.