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Photoshop Mobile Editor now Available for Android Developers

March 5th, 2010

Third-party application developers now have access to the Mobile for Android 1.1 editor, allowing them to easily make it a part of their applications. In addition, Mobile for Android 1.1 is now available, providing users of the Google Mobile operating system with quick and easy photo-editing and sharing capabilities.

“ Mobile is the ‘go-to,’ photo editing application for iPhone and Android devices,” said Doug Mack, vice president and general manager of Digital Imaging and Rich Media Solutions at Adobe. “Unlike iPhone, the Android platform allows us to make the editor broadly available to developers so they can provide it within any application they are working on. Photoshop functionality can then easily be accessed from an online auction, real estate or social media application so users can quickly fix photos and make them look their best, before being showcased.”

Prevent Google from Caching Your Site Pages

January 24th, 2010

Google stores cached versions of our web pages. Why? It helps surfers to see your site if it’s unavailable for some reason. Basically, it’s a kind of backup.

There are, however, cases in which you DON’T want Google to cache your pages. For example, if you’ve made a mistake in your site and want to erase it, or had some copyright problems.

According to this post – there’s a way to prevent Google from caching your site. Read more here.