Adobe releases three new ‘Photoshop Touch’ apps for iPad

“After having first shown hints of them at Photoshop World in March, Adobe today unveiled three new ‘Photoshop Touch’ apps for the iPad using the Photoshop Touch SDK, all now available in the App Store,” Electronista reports.

“All three act as supplements to Mac and Windows versions of Photoshop CS5, allowing artists to use touch to create custom color swatches and themes, to create realisting paintings using ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ paints, or to navigate through Photoshop, select tools and control actions using the iPad as the input surface and more,” Electronista reports. “The three apps — called Color Lava, Eazel and Nav — were designed to demonstrate the potential of the Touch SDK for Photoshop.”

Read more in the full article here.

More info an download links via Apple’s iTunes App Store:

Adobe Nav for Photoshop (US$1.99)
Adobe Eazel for Photoshop ($4.99)
• Adobe Color Lava for Photoshop ($2.99)


    1. Well, Beethoven didn’t need Finale either, but with Finale (or Sibelius), it is infinitely easier to write, arrange, orchestrate and print music than using pencil and ruler…

    1. Shhh.. not many are going to purchase it anyway. At least featuring a few premium priced whoopie-doos just might coax some of the anti-Apple media to consider iPad something other than a non-productive media tablet or some shortsighted gibberish as such.

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