Adobe has delayed an update that was due to add support for Flickr users to its Photoshop Express online image editing and storage service.

The service is currently at the Beta stage and allows images to be stored or taken from the users' other websites and edited without affecting the original.

The latest update was announced as having added a 'Save As...' feature and the ability to embed slideshows in other websites such as Facebook and MySpace.

However, it appears that the release has been postponed to fix some bugs found late on in development.

Here's another strange one for you. When news of the release was first announced, Adobe sent out a UK press release, but the website currently only allows you to sign up as a US resident. Maybe there are a few more problems to iron out than Adobe first thought.