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Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 hits the Windows Store

We knew this one was coming eventually, but Adobe has now finally released Photoshop Elements 15 into the Windows Store. Better still is that for the launch week you'll be able to snag a fairly healthy discount on it.

Easily organize, edit, create, and share all your amazing photos. Make one-click fixes or use Guided Edits for help along the way. Add artistic effects, create collages, slideshows, cards and more.

You take pictures of all your special moments and milestones. Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 automates the organizing and editing so you can have fun creating and sharing your amazing photos.

In the U.S. the regular price is $99.99, cut to $59.99 for the next 6 days. Over in the UK there's a similar 40% discount taking it down from £77.29 to £46.39, so similar discounts should hopefully apply in other regions, too.

Photoshop Elements is just the latest Win32 app brought to the Windows Store, and while it's not as full-featured and outright powerful as Photoshop CC, it's still a great piece of photo editing software.

If it sounds like a deal for you grab it at the link below while the discount is hot!

Download Photoshop Elements from the Windows Store (opens in new tab)

Thanks Amir for the tip!

Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

14 Comments
  • I just wish freaking adobe would release lightroom mobile for Windows mobile already... I would love to be able to do light photo editing on my phone and automatically synchronize with my lightroom library.
  • Affinity Photo is (currently) less expensive as this non full Photoshop ****.
  • I'd rather see a proper replacement for Windows Photo Gallery.
  • Great news, bit pricey for me. But great nonetheless.
  • Is this or Lightroom a better replacement for Google Picasa, which is no longer supported? In terms of photo organization and library on a NAS I mean.
  • Lightroom is stellar for photo organization. you just need to learn it's capabilities. The editing features are good as well - I rarely go to Photoshop to edit now. I wish Adobe would release their tools in universal apps so I could use on my phone and surface...
  • wasn't Picasa discontinued by Google back in 2009?
  • No, about a couple of years ago.
  • oh okay.
  • I hope the rest will come. I had PhotoScape X Pro from the store and I just think it is a great place to have all those awesome Windows programme/ apps.
  • Whats even more interesting is that you can install the Store version on 10 PCs. The regular version can only be activated on 2 PCs (you can deactivate / reactivate when required, but that's more work).
  • PS elements is available on Amazon for 40 dollars, but only allowed installation on two computers. MS Store allows 10 Windows 10 machine installations, as noted above.
  • I really hate it when app developers don't put real screenshots of the app into the store description. :/
  • Its slow AF