It’s taken much, much longer than we ever expected but three new Photoshop companion apps are now available for the iPad, and by all accounts they’re as good as we’d hoped.
According to Gizmodo’s Jesus Diaz, all three new apps are work picking up especially when you see the prices involved.
- Adobe Eazel is a $5 app that works as a stand-alone paint application and plugs straight into the desktop version of Photoshop. Images are transferred and can have their resolution changed as you so wish.
- Adobe Color Lava costs $3 and is expected to be used by creatives who need to make color themes while out and about.
- Adobe Nav is just $2 and is basically a remote for Photoshop tools.
All apps are available now via the iOS App Store.