Adobe’s Touch SDK seems to be put to good use, since it helped create a couple of Photoshop-related apps for the iPad recently, that we’ll detail after the break. The full Photoshop for iPad app isn’t ready yet, but at least you can have fun with the Adobe Color Lava for Photoshop, Adobe Eazel and Adobe Nav apps on the Apple tablet.
Each of these uses the SDK mentioned above, with Color Lava handling color creation and making swatches, themes, that can be integrated into the main app afterwards. With Adobe Eazel you’ll be finger painting on the tablet and using all sorts of effects. You can link the apps to Photoshop, sync them, or use them as standalone tools.
Adobe Nav is all about navigation and control of the Photoshop features on your PC screen. This is done by using the iPad as some sort of remote, complete with customizable toolbars and support for handling up to 200 open Photoshop files. These 3 apps will debut in early May in the App Store, priced between $1.99 and $4.99.