The company also recently announced that it was entering into a partnership with image- and video-hosting web site Photobucket in order to give the site's 35 million users free access to Adobe's web-based video editing tools.

At that time the company said that it expects to announce more partnerships with Internet companies over the coming months, and that the ventures would be driven by Adobe's pursuit of higher advertising revenue and increased software upgrades from existing customers.

The timeline for Photobucket features to become available to the site's users is sometime in March. Adobe's shift to free online applications follows similar moves by other software makers. Google (Charts), for instance, has released online word processing and spreadsheet software under the Google Docs banner.

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