Adobe has released a version of its Photoshop Touch app for the iPad 2, almost five months after it launched the Android iteration of the same app.
The release, which ensures that users can now Photoshop speculative renderings of future iPads on the Apple tablet itself, was announced on Monday at the start of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Adobe has released a version of Photoshop Touch for the iPad 2. Image credit: Adobe
As Android users will already be able to testify, Photoshop Touch lets people combine photos into layered images, edit and apply effects and sketch ideas. The £6.99 app also offers Facebook and Google Image Search integration, so users can find and share pictures.
Adobe also said on Monday that it would be releasing iPad versions of many other Android apps in the coming months, including Collage, Debut, Ideas, Kuler and Proto.
Proto is a tool for prototyping websites and mobile apps, Kuler is a colour theme tool, Ideas is for sketching, Debut is a presentation and review tool, and Collage lets designers create 'moodboards' as they plan their work.