Adobe has released updates to Nav, Eazel and Color Lava, its three apps for communicating with and controlling Photoshop CS5.1 (v12.0.4 or later) from an Apple iPad or iPad 2.
Nav 1.0.2 incorporates features for saving photos from within the app to the iPad's photo library as well as capturing a new picture with the iPad 2's built-in cameras and sending it directly to Photoshop. Color Lava 1.0.2 also adds the ability to shoot a picture with the built-in camera, then use that as a basis for custom colour creation. Eazel 1.0.2 adds an image gallery and the ability to save and open Eazel images.
All three apps incorporate performance improvements or bug fixes too.
Adobe's Russell Brown demonstrates some of what's new in the video below. (Be sure to switch the playback resolution to 720p for better video clarity.)
In Touch: Russell Brown demonstrates some of the new app features (Video courtesy Adobe)