Mobile Photoshop.com flirts with Android geeks, b*tch-slaps Apple
The mobile world is the new digital frontier these days, and a new Apple vs Adobe rivalry seems to be developing. Adobe is making its mobile Photoshop.com application available to Android developers to use in their applications, and in that announcement, points Mobile Crunch, they b*tch-slap Apple for not being able to offer this for the iPhone.
For more on this developing development for developers, be sure to check Techmeme.
Perhaps this is a little bit of payback because as you may recall the iPad ignored the hogware that is known to many as Flash :) Speaking of the iPad, it is expected to make its US debut on April 3rd.
Speaking of the mobile frontier, being a poor blog, we can't afford flashy mobile applications, but we do offer a free full-text RSS feed which you can read on any mobile device that can either read RSS feeds natively or has widgets that can display RSS feeds.