Mobile for iPhone now available worldwide

Free app now available in iTunes store

Adobe has announced Mobile for iPhone and iPod touch is now available from the Apple iTunes App Store worldwide. The application lets users edit and share photos via a simple intuitive interface.

The Mobile team recently sent out the following:

"The iPhone app is now available in every country with an app store. Now our international users can upload, edit & share photos from their iPhone, too."

"After spending three weeks as the "Top Free" app in the iTunes Store following its release in the US & Canada, we are glad to be able to offer Mobile to our global community, and we thank everyone for their patience as we worked to make this app available worldwide."

Available from the Apple iTunes App Store, Mobile is free and requires the iPhone 2.0 Software Update or later.

For more information see the Adobe Web site.

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