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Adobe Nav for Photoshop - New iPad App

With Adobe Nav—a Photoshop Touch app for Adobe Photoshop CS5 software (version 12.0.4 or later required)—you can now use your iPad to activate Photoshop tools and browse and select open Photoshop documents. As long as you have a network connection between your iPad and computer, you can customize the Photoshop CS5 toolbar on your iPad to easily access the tools you use most. Browse, reorder, view, and zoom in on up to 200 open Photoshop documents on your iPad. Tap a document on your iPad to immediately make it active in Photoshop CS5. And use your iPad to easily share and review files you are working on in Photoshop CS5 while you are away from your desk or computer.

 

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•Use your fingertips to select Photoshop CS5 tools from your iPad screen.
•Customize the way the Photoshop CS5 toolbar appears on your iPad screen to make your most-used tools easily accessible. You can save one Adobe Nav toolbar configuration with up to 16 tools.
•Browse, reorder, view, and zoom in on up to 200 open Photoshop documents on your iPad screen.
•Tap any open document in Photoshop on your iPad to make it the active document in Photoshop CS5.

Extend the Photoshop CS5 experience to your iPad with Adobe Nav for Photoshop.

Requirements:
•You need Photoshop CS5 version 12.0.4 or later to connect this app with the desktop version of Photoshop
•Current Photoshop CS5 users must update their copies of Photoshop CS5 to version 12.0.4 or later to use this app with their copy of Photoshop CS5
•This app will not work with Photoshop CS4 or earlier

To update your copy of Photoshop CS5 to version 12.0.4 or later, do one of the following:
•Download the update from www.adobe.com.
•Select Check for Updates from the Help menu in Photoshop CS5.

This app is available for $1.99 from the Apple App Store and you can download it here.

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