Adobe has gone public with Photoshop Express, their hosted version of Photoshop. Or that's what they say it is.
Anybody who's spent any time at all with Lightroom can clearly see that this is more Lightroom Online then Photoshop.
Case in point:
- You cannot import Photoshop PSD files.
- There are no layers
- You cannot create images for scratch
- There is little pixel-based editing
On the other hand:
- Edits can be undone at any time
- Most editing tools are global, i.e. contrast and colour correction type tools
- Browse, edit and publish are basically modes, just like Lightroom has
- The Facebook, Picasa, etc. integration is much like the export plugins Lightroom has, whereas Photoshop has no such thing
Sure enough, a lot of these tools are probably available in Photoshop Album or Photoshop Elements. And of course this thing doesn't support RAW files. Still, I'll be thinking about it as Lightroom Online...