Last month we told you about three iPad Photoshop Apps that Adobe was planning on releasing quite soon. The apps were known as Adobe Eazel, Color Lava and Adobe Nav, and were supposed to be specially developed for the Apple iPad with multi-touch support and much more. Today, Adobe has officially launched all three of these apps on the Apple App Store.
These apps make editing pictures on the Apple iPad an artful experience and something everyone with an iPad and a urge for photo editing will want. The apps are developed by Adobe from scratch exclusively for the iPad, but will soon be made available in other devices as well. Photoshop for iPad, with it’s large screen and multi-touch options in iOS 4.3 will bring enormous capabilities to your fingers.
Touch, mobility, and Adobe® Photoshop® CS5 software—how’s that for a creative combination? Adobe and the developer community can now create apps that communicate with Photoshop CS5 via a range of devices and platforms. Explore new Adobe Photoshop Touch apps for iPad, the first to tap into this new connectivity.
Adobe Eazel for Photoshop can be used to create realistic paintings using nothing but your fingers, which then can be transferred to your PC and edited using Adobe Creative Suite 5. All the Adobe Photoshop that were released today include the feature to sync with Adobe’s CS5 desktop version, and yes you need to have only that installed for the whole iPad-Desktop connection to work.
Adobe Color Lava for Photoshop can be used to create beautiful color mixes of your own choice, swatches, dabs etc and then can be added to Adobe CS5. These mixes can then be used when editing pictures, creating logos and artwork or for something else entirely.
Adobe Nav for Photoshop brings an easy navigation panel that can be used to add tools, documents and everything else that you would normally use right at your fingertips. Easy arrangement of everything that you’d need to edit photos or create artwork.
All of the above Photoshop apps for iPad can be downloaded from the Apple App Store. They are compatible with Apple iPad only and require iOS 4.3 and above to function. If I had an iPad, I’d definitely download the Adobe Eazel app, because that’s just wonderful.
What photo editing apps do you use on your Apple iPad? Give us your opinion on these Photoshop apps once you use them.