Adobe’s Photoshop Touch iPad apps

New softwares for apple iPad touch it's really working like PC you can first install this application on your Apple ipad than open this...

New softwares for apple iPad touch it's really working like PC you can first install this application on your Apple ipad than open this app and run simple do anything.As we reported almost exactly one month ago, Adobe had planned to release three Photoshop Touch apps in early May for the iPad. Here we are in early May with Adobe releasing Color Lava, Eazel, and Nav, which are all apps that interact with CS5 and are designed to add to your Photoshopexperience on your desktop.
The apps are all geared to take full advantage of the iPad’s touch interface. So what’s in the new Photoshop Touch series? Below, we lay out the basics along with a video showing each app in action.
1. Color Lava ($2.99): This app lets you use your fingers to create custom color swatches and color themes by swirling, smudging, and dabbing colors. One you have created a swatch on the iPad app, tapping it will transfer the color to your desktop version of Photoshop. You can also share your colors with your friends straight from the app.
2. Adobe Eazel ($4.99): This app is a more high-tech way to finger paint. It lets you make seemingly realistic paintings using just your fingertips by mixing both “wet” and “dry” paint. The app allows you to use the entire screen of the iPad, so you have more room to paint and work with. You can create and transfer your work to Photoshop CS5, or send them off as JPEGs via email.
3. Nav ($1.99): Nav is an extension of Photoshop that uses the program’s tools in a more intuitive way. The app lets you select and manipulate your CS5 tools using your iPad. You can also browse and zoom in on up to 200 open Photoshop files. You can customize the app’s toolbar with 16 of the tools you use the most, giving you easy access to your most important tools. Tapping any open file will activate it on your desktop CS5.
All three apps work with Photoshop CS5 on Mac and Windows machines, and are all available now in the App Store. The apps are the first to use Adobe’s Touch SDK, which will hopefully be a catalyst for more PC-to-iPad companion software being developed.



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