With the release of new software suite Creative Suite 5.5, Adobe’s editor had delivered a development kit for touch pads that allow developers to build applications that function as Photoshop plug-ins. The first applications of this type created by Adobe recently made their appearance on the App Store.
Sold about $1.90, the application for Adobe Photoshop Nav displays the tool palettes on the IPAD and so free up space on the screen. The software for Adobe Photoshop Eazel , charged $5, allows for him to create illustrations of hands and send them to Photoshop. Finally for a little over$3 for Adobe Photoshop Color Lava can mix colors and manage color palettes from the Apple tablet.