Adobe releases Photoshop apps for iPad

The moguls of air-brushing wizadry release a trio of apps for Apple’s shiny slate

Over the years, the mighty Photoshop has given mere mortals the power to edit history, reduce years off aging singers’ lives and create psychedelic 3D abstract wallpaper. Now you can ramp up this all-important productivity even further with a trio of iPad apps from Adobe. First up is the Color Lava app (£1.79) which allows the mixing of custom colours and swatches with your fingertips. The Eazel app (£2.99) brings finger painting in to the 21st century and the Nav app (£1.19) brings full screen toolbar control to your iPad with zoom and document browsing functionality. All apps connect to CS5 via Wi-Fi and any burst of creativity on the road can be saved for later or sent via email to continue the flow at home. Hit up the iTunes store now and get those creative juices flowing.


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