Photoshop Express Beta, Adobe’s free, web-based editor won us over with its 2GB free storage and clean, ad-free interface. Now, it’s more sharing-friendly, too. Today, Adobe announced a partnership with Flickr (Photobucket, Google Picasa, and Facebook were on board from the beginning). We expect the integration to be just as smooth as the others’, and, as always, we love that you can be logged into any and all of these sites simultaneously (in the case of Picnik, only Premium subscribers can do this). Adobe also announced an embeddable player, allowing users to post slide shows on blogs and social networking sites, as they would a viral YouTube clip. There’s also now a “save as” function, so users can save as many editions of a photo as they like (now, if only Adobe would add as many fun filters as Picnik!). Other sharing features, available since launch, include the ability to save edited photos back to photo sharing sites, and to browse more than 30,000 public galleries, as you can on Flickr.