Photoshop apps for iPad debut in App Store

Adobe and Apple may not get along in the Flash player/browser world, but they’re the very best of buddies when it comes to the Creative Suite, Photoshop in particular. Adobe has just launched its new trio of iPad apps that work in conjunction with your Mac’s Photoshop CS5 suite. In order for each of the apps to work with your CS5 Suite you need an iPad running iOS 4.0 or later, plus an wireless connection between tablet and Mac.

Adobe Eazel ($4.99) is a finger painting software, similar to Brushes and Sketchbook Pro. Unique to its competitors, it allows you to send your drawing to Photoshop on your computer, so you can edit it more professionally.


Adobe Nav ($1.99) offers what is essentially a remote control app for Photoshop. You can access your tools palette remotely and view all your work on your iPad.


Adobe Color Lava ($2.99) is a piece of iOS software that allows remote swatch creation. You use it to mix different colors together in order to get your desired one. It’s like having a paint pallet but without the mess.

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Via: 9to5 Mac

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