A couple of months ago, Adobe introduced its own photo printing and digital image editing service called PhotoPrint.
Now, Adobe has expanded the service to its customers with the launch of a new photo editing service for $9 per month, which offers unlimited editing options, unlimited printing options, and an automatic “fetch” feature that will automatically upload photos to your camera roll when you’re done editing.
For now, the service is available for a limited time only to select Time Warner customers, and it is not available on Apple devices or on Apple TV.
In addition to the $9 photo editing subscription, Adobe also has a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud, which is an integrated service that allows you to use Adobe Creative Suite software to create professional-quality photos and video.
According to Adobe, the $99 PhotoPrint service is the latest addition to its digital photo editing offering.
With the $7.99 PhotoStudio, you can create and edit photos with up to 300 photos and 500 video clips, or you can use the PhotoStudio’s photo editing features to create a portfolio and edit a portfolio for a specific person, person group, or event.
At launch, you will also be able to edit your photos and videos, add photos and audio, and upload and edit images and videos to your Time Warner subscription.
The $9 PhotoPrint subscription also includes unlimited editing of unlimited photo albums, unlimited prints, and the ability to save photos to one of Time Warner’s two digital photo storage options, one with 256 megabytes of space and the other with 1 TB.
You will also have the option to purchase additional photo editing software that includes Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, and more.
Adobe also has the option of adding the PhotoPrint app to your Apple TV for a $2.99 fee.
The PhotoPrint photo editing app also lets you upload photos and edit videos directly to your computer, or export them directly to Dropbox, Google Drive, or your preferred cloud storage.
If you’re a Time Warner customer and are interested in buying PhotoPrint, you’ll need to enter your time zone into the app.
The app will then automatically transfer the uploaded photo files to your device, and you’ll be able upload your photos from your iPhone or iPad to the app, too.
The $99 photo editing and digital video editing service comes just a week after Time Warner announced a new subscription offering for its Time Warner Cable subscribers, which will allow you to create unlimited unlimited video clips and unlimited photos from any of Time Warrants HD video storage options.
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