Photoshop Touch may not be completely comparable to Adobe's desktop counterpart, but when you compare it to other photo editors on the Android platform, it's still the most powerful piece of software out there. At $10, it better be, too. Today, the best just got a bit better, especially if you own a Nexus 7. The app has improved support for 7" tablets. Though, there's a catch: the resolution on said tabs have to be 1024x768 or higher. Sorry, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.
In addition, there are a few other performance tweaks added to this version. For starters, brush strokes have been made smoother (great news for anyone using this with a stylus), and a couple new effects have been added, including Lens Flare (pictured above) and Stamp Pattern. There is also better integration for sharing with Facebook and Twitter. Perhaps one of the nicest features is the ability to quickly access the last five colors you've used with an easy shortcut.
Left: The optional "pointer" allows you to see what you're brushing/selecting without your finger getting in the way (old feature) Center: Quick access to last five colors used by dragging down on the color option Right: You can choose what type of file to save as while sharing.
If you haven't given Photoshop Touch a look, then you should take the opportunity. Adobe has actually put a sincere effort into making this app a usable editor in a pinch. The various gestures and other tools (like the pointer seen above) make it clear that this was designed from the ground up for fingers. This was already worth the $10 price tag. The update makes it all the better.