If you are used to working with the desktop Adobe Photoshop, then you probably came across the fact that it is extremely difficult to find an application with a similar functionality for iPhone. Filters, stickers and frames are, of course, good, but you still want more control over the image: adjust the exposure, remove overexposure a little, adjust the temperature … Fortunately, Adobe itself went to meet users and released Photoshop Express – relatively small (89 Mb on iPhone 5s) mobile editor giving full control over the image. Most importantly, the app is free – although you need a Creative Cloud account to unlock some sliders (Defog or Reduce Noise) … First you need to choose what you will work with – with an image from the Camera Roll or with a previously created project. The main feature of Creative Cloud is that you can sequentially edit one image in several programs. For example, start processing at Lightroom, then export to Photoshop Express, and apply the final touches in Photoshop Fix. Thus, Adobe has greatly simplified the usability of its graphics editors. The first tab in edit mode is filters. Owners of Creative Cloud again receive bonuses in the form of additional filters – and some of them are really interesting (Pinhole in the screenshot is a kind of mix between b / w and HDR, it looks powerful). The strength of the filter can be adjusted. In addition, you can create your own presets. Not without a tab with frames. In the Crop tab, you can change the shape and size of the image, flip it vertically or horizontally, rotate or straighten it along the grid. The straightening does not work perfectly: as soon as you release the mesh, it shifts a couple of degrees. Not critical, but sometimes annoying. Finally, in the section of the sliders, there is complete freedom: exposure, sharpness, noise reduction, highlight, contrast … Everything is on the case, but there is no feeling that something is missing. There are also tabs to remove red eyes and uneven skin. The latter works much worse than in the same beauty editors: it is annoying at least that you cannot change the size of the brush. There are two other things that Photoshop Express desperately lacks: individual color editing and reshaping. But, perhaps, it's time to remember that this is not just a mobile application – this is a free mobile application, and it would be naive to demand all the features of desktop Photoshop from it. In general, this program can be confidently called a must-have and the best graphics editor from Adobe's mobile line.