Adobe has released three new iPad apps that are all in some respect companions to Adobe’s latest CS suite 5.5. The three new apps are Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel, and Adobe Nav.
Eazel, unlike the other two apps, can be its own fully featured painting app and not completely require CS 5.5. The app features a unique tool interface with both “wet” and “dry” paint properties that may be mixed to create great designs. Using a five-finger tap, users access the tool palette. Completed creations may be saved to the Photos app or sent to a computer with CS5 for more editing.
Adobe Color Lava
Color Lava, an extension of Photoshop, is a digital palette that enables painters and designers to use their fingers to mix colors and then send the mix to Photoshop CS5. Users can create custom swatches or five-swatch themes to use in Photoshop or to e-mail.
Nav, also an extension of Photoshop, is a space-saving app for Photoshop users with a lot of panels. Users can offload tool palettes and other basic operations like browsing files and zooming to the iPad. This opens up more room on the user’s main display for other palettes. The tool area in Nav is customizable and allows up to 16 tools to be stored.
Adobe Eazel, Color Lava, and Nav are available in the iPad App Store for $4.99, $2.99, and $1.99, respectively.
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