The last time Adobe's Photoshop Express app got an interface revamp was in 2014. What was then considered to be a modern look has gotten a little long in the tooth and looks quite outdated by today's standards. So the app has just received another interface overhaul.
The new Photoshop Express 3 doesn't have a Material look per se, but it does seem more at home on Marshmallow and Nougat than the previous version. It's cleaner with updated iconography and less Holo menus. It's also more optimized for tablets, as seen in the image above. For comparison's sake, you can check what the app looked like just a few days ago on the Play Store. Yikes.
Version 3 also lets you import and save photos to your Creative Cloud Library account, redo an action in case you changed your mind again, crop photos specifically for Facebook's cover photo size, and more. Here's the full changelog followed by a link to download the app for free on the Play Store.
What's New :
• Import from and save to CC Lib
• UI Update
o Whole UI is revamped – Image Picker, Setting, Share screen, Splash Screen, editor screens(looks, crop, Red eye, etc)
o Now in more languages- (17 more)
• Implement redo functionality
• New permissions handling for Android 6.0
• Add FB Cover Photo and 16x9 Crop Constraint
• Better optimized for tablets
• Fix Facebook and Google sign-in integration