Adobe, which last week updated Photoshop to work with its freshly announced iPad apps, has finally released said programs for iOS devices. Adobe Eazel, Adobe Nav and Adobe Color Lava, iPad companion apps for Photoshop, are now available for download on the App Store. Adobe Eazel is a finger-paint program that sells for five bucks. The app lets you send your artwork directly to Photoshop CS5 from any location, provided you have a network connection between your iPad and a computer. The remaining two apps sport even tighter integration with the popular image editing software. More information and videos after the break…
Adobe Nav, a two bucks value, is designed to allow for viewing of your Photoshop documents on an iPad. The program enables users to customize the Photoshop CS5 toolbar and access its tools right on the tablet. You can browse, reorder, view and zoom in on up to 200 open Photoshop documents on iPad, tap a document on iPad to make it the active document in Photoshop CS5 and more. Adobe Color Lava should be useful when you need mix colors and create custom swatches on your tablet. Anything you create on an iPad is instantly available in Photoshop CS5. The Color Lava app is a three bucks download. All three programs are specifically designed for the iPad and require iOS 4 or later.
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