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Designers using tablets in their workflow
Adobe Creative suite recently had an update and added support for Mobile Apps. Adobe's new update brings support for Photoshop Touch Mobile Apps. These new apps demonstrate how developers can take advantage of the new Photoshop Touch SDK. With the new SDK (released on 4/11/11), Developers can create their own apps for Android, BlackBerry or iOS to add depth and functionally to Photoshop on the desktop.
Utilizing the new Photoshop Touch SDK, these apps will help designers save time on setting up and gain more time becoming creative. With more time to design and less time configuring settings, and clicking through panels, designer will be able to remotely configure settings, mix colors and become truly interactive with a hand-on experience.
Adobe has released demo videos showcasing Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel and Adobe Nav. These apps will make their way onto the iTunes App Store soon. These apps demonstrate the power of the Photoshop Touch SDK utilizing with tablet devices. With these new tools, designs can actually mix colors together, get your fingers wet with Color Lava, expand your tool set with Adobe Eazel and navigate effortlessly with Adobe Nav.
Utilizing the new Photoshop Touch SDK, Developers will have a platform to create new tools sets for mobile devices and invent new concepts to a transformative design workflow. Adobe's putting the power in developers hands to craft the next gen of software tools and utilities. With more time to design, and less time clicking through panels, designer will be able to reach out like a traditional artist and get their hands dirty in a truly interactive with a hands-on experience. Designers, keep your eyes on this space.
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