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Photoshop also available at tablet now !!

Adobe may not be quite ready to release Photoshop for iPad, as previewed last month, but it has looked to the iPad for extra functionality when it comes to the latest version of Photoshop in Creative Suite 5.5. Three new iOS apps for the iPad have been released – Adobe Color Lava for PhotoshopAdobe Eazel for Photoshop and Adobe Nav for Photoshop – turning the Apple tablet into a remote control panel for the graphics software. Each uses Adobe’s new Touch SDK.
Adobe Color Lava handles custom color creation, using the tablet to make new swatches and themes that can then be pulled back into the main app. Adobe Eazel is basically finger-painting for grown-ups, with various software trickery to make your daubings look like real paint. Both apps work either directly linked to Photoshop or as standalone tools that can be later sync’d.
Finally, Adobe Nav pushes navigation and control off of your main computer screen and onto the iPad, with customizable toolbars and the ability to handle up to 200 open Photoshop files. The three apps will go on sale in early May 2011, priced between $1.99 and $4.99.
As for Adobe’s Touch SDK, that will work not only with the iPad but with Android, QNX as on the BlackBerry PlayBook, and iOS on the iPhone and iPod touch, giving developers a new way to integrate mobile devices (and mobile apps) with Photoshop. The company claims it has already signed up a number of developers to create apps, so we should be seeing the third-party spoils later in the year.

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