Adobe has rolled out its PhotoShop companion Apps for the iPad. There are three of them, Adobe Eazel, Adobe Nav and Adobe Color Lava. Adobe recently pushed through an update for its desktop Photoshop application to be ready for the release. You’ll need iOS 4.x to use any of these.
Adobe Eazel is touch painting program that allows you to send files directly into PhotoShop provided you are on the same network. It sets you back $5.00
Adobe Nav is geared towards letting you view PhotoShop documents on your iPad. Customizing and using the CS5 Toolbar you can access your PhotoShop tools on the iPad and view up to 200 open documents. Adobe Nav is priced at $2.00.
Adobe Color Lava allows you to mix colors on the iPad and have them available on PhotoShop on the desktop. That’s a $3.00 price tag.
I’m not a PhotoShop user so I can’t say how well or not these Apps and ideas work, but if anyone gives them a try, let us know what you think in comments.
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