Adobe has announced the launch of its popular Photoshop package for the Windows Mobile platform which will allow happy snappers to send their photos straight to their favourite locations online quicker than ever before.
In what appears to be another nail in the coffin of stand alone digital cameras, the announcement was timed to coincide with the unveiling of Photoshop Elements 7.0, Adobe's cut-down version of its flagship image editing application, Photoshop.
The Windows Mobile only application, designed to work in tandem with Adobe's free online Photoshop Express service, will be able to upload and share photos to other online services like Flickr.com or Photobucket.com but with faily limited editing options.
You won't be able to crop your photos or do any kind of basic editing which is a shame.
Interestingly, no S60 or iPhone versions have been announced which means that Adobe is still considering Microsoft as its best buddy in the mobile market.
Instead they will have to rely on third party users to upload their photos on their Photoshop.com account.