Last week we brought you news that Adobe's online photo sharing and editing Web site, Photoshop Express, had been temporarily closed for maintenance to fix a few things and add some new features. Adobe has now detailed some of those new features.

A couple of the new updates use Adobe's AIR technology. The Photoshop Express Uploader enables photo uploading from the desktop of any Internet-connected computer. AIR is also behind a feature that "bridges the real-time, dynamic capabilities of the Web with the computing power and data capabilities of the desktop computer," according to Adobe.

Another handy feature is the ability to drag and drop photos directly from your photo application into Photoshop Express. Users can now also print photos through Shutterfly.

Dynamic slideshows can now have music created exclusively for Photoshop Express. For organizing, the addition of tags allows for easy viewing and searching by name, party, venue, subject and anything else you find useful.

Profiles is now available and you can now download photos from anyone's public album and keep a collection of their favorites.

All of the new features are available immediately by logging into the Photoshop Express Web site.