Adobe has made its PhotoShop Touch application for Apple's iPad available, offering mobile users access to the core features of Adobe's image editing app, as well as new capabilities for creating and sharing content.
Announced at Mobile World Congress, Adobe Photoshop Touch is available to download now from the iTunes App Store for £6.99.
The app was announced last year as a component of Adobe Touch Apps, a family of six touch-screen applications, designed as mobile counterparts of Adobe's desktop Creative Suite tools, in versions for both the iPad and Android-based tablets.
Despite the touch-driven mobile format, Adobe said users will have access to features such as combining multiple photos into layered images, making essential edits and applying professional effects.
"People will be amazed with what they can create on the iPad using Photoshop Touch," said David Wadhwani, senior vice president for Adobe's Digital Media Business Unit.
The rest of Adobe's Touch Apps for the iPad will be released over the coming months, the firm said.
These consist of AdobeCollage for moodboards, Adobe Debut for presenting and reviewing creative work, Adobe Ideas for sketching, Adobe Kuler for exploring colour themes, plus Adobe Proto for website and mobile app prototyping.
The firm has also unveiled 3D support for AIR 3.2 for iPhone and Android devices at the show.
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