It called the Adobe Color Lava for Photoshop, Adobe Eazel for Photoshop and Adobe Nav for Photoshop. when you connect your iPad up to your computer via a WiFi connection. it give you the ability to use Photoshop on the desktop in a more unique way.
It is allows the iPad to be used as a navigation tool for the desktop version. What you can see are the various windows on your iPad opened up as thumbnails. By tapping one, it switches what’s on the screen to what you selected.
The Color Lava app works as a digital palette of colors that you can mix together and then use the selected colors on your desktop.the Eazel app uses an interesting UI that lets you use multi-touch to edit and create a picture. When finished, you can also beam the picture to the desktop version for further editing.
The pricing for the apps has been revealed at $1.99 to $4.99 and they will launch early in May 2011.