“For several months, Adobe has been thinking about how it can involve the iPad and other tablet devices in the workflows of Photoshop users, asking users for feedback on what sorts of capabilities they might like to see,” Eric Slivka reports for Mac Rumors.
“Building on that feedback, the company has now taken its first steps in that direction, as evidenced by a pair of brief demos at last week’s Adobe MAX conference in which Adobe Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch showed off the company’s content-aware fill tool running on a Samsung Galaxy Tab and a color-mixing paint palette application running on an iPad,” Slivka reports. “Adobe’s John Nack has also noted that the company’s designers have begun mocking up other tools that could allow the iPhone and iPad to serve as extensions of Photoshop running on a desktop or notebook computer.”
Full article, replete with screenshots, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “James W.” for the heads up.]