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Photoshop Touch Apps Finally Landing on Tablets

Written on April 11, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Adobe Photoshop finally jumps on board the tablet express.

It was a long wait, but it was all worth it. Adobe has finally jumped on board the realm of tablets, as it unveils the first three Photoshop Touch apps for the medium: Eazle, Color Lava and Nav. The apps are heading to the iPad sometime in May, so rack up your creative juices as you prepare for Adobe Photoshop on the iPad.

But this isn’t precisely the Adobe Photoshop CS5 that we’re using on our PCs per se. Instead, this is Photoshop Touch Software Development Kit (SDK). Photoshop Touch SDK allows third-party applications to communicate with the Adobe Photoshop CS5 on the PC at real time. This means you can turn your iPads (and soon Honeycomb tablets) into a control surface to edit images.

Check out the short descriptions of the Photoshop apps, right after the break!

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Doodle Jump Gets Kinectified

Written on March 18, 2011 by Charles Bass

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One of the most popular Apple and Android apps is ready to knock on your Xbox 360s.

Another iOS app goes on top! No, not Angry Birds. We’re talking about Doodle Jump.

Doodle Jump is one of the few insanely addictive games in the app store that throws awesome game play to its users. Lima Sky, creators of the popular game, announced the sales record of Doodle Jump in celebration of its second birthday, plus a Kinect bundle will be coming out soon!

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Apple Removes 15-Minute Password Window for In-App Purchases

Written on March 11, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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With credit card stacking to the hundreds and even the thousands, Apple announces that it will now remove the 15-minute password window for in-app purchases giving kids something to cry and parents to be happy about.

Extinguishing the fire before it fans into flames, Apple has announced that it will be removing the 15-minute password window for In-App purchases for the iOS 4.3. It was not long ago when a particular parent raged about her credit card bill thanks to unconsented in-app downloads by her children for games. Apparently it was the last straw for Apple as they developed a system where a re-entry of password is required everytime an in-app download transaction is going to happen.

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Photo Booth, Soon on iOS Devices

Written on January 16, 2011 by Charles Bass

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You're reading it right. Photo Booth will soon ship on iOS devices. How will it go? Surely awesome!

We enjoy Photo Booth on our Macs, surely. But another wild rumor rooled in that Photo Booth on iOS devices will be available soon. Yes, Photo Booth on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

A few days ago, BGR.com reported that Apple will bring the famous Photo Booth Mac app to iOS devices and today 9to5Mac confirmed the claim. This discovery came from iOS 4.3 frameworks: “PhotoBooth” and “PhotoBoothEffects.” However, there are no actual images of the Photo Booth user interface but they dropped some hints and clues on the functionality.

Photo Booth for iOS is very simple to use. You’ll choose an effect and switch between the front and the rear cameras.

See the evidence after the break.

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iOS 4.2 lets you Print via iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch Wireless

Written on September 16, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Apple gave us, again, something BIG! And this iOS 4.2 will let you print files without the software installations and Wires. All with AirPrint.

Apple has announced again that their latest beta for iOS 4.2 software will let you print files via you devices. And when we say devices, it’s not your Mac PC or Mac Book. The AirPrint will allow users of iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch to print wireless-ly over Wi-Fi without installing drivers and softwares.

“AirPrint is Apple’s powerful new printing architecture that matches the simplicity of iOS—no set up, no configuration, no printer drivers and no software to download,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users can simply tap to print their documents or photos wirelessly to an HP ePrint printer or to a printer shared on a Mac or PC.”

Eventhough the software is currently available for Apple’s iOS develop program, Apple announces that iOS 4.2 will be ready for grabbing this November. The first devices on support for AirPrint is HP’s ePrint enabled printers.

“We’re pleased to work with Apple to bring Apple’s AirPrint to our fall lineup of ePrint printers in time for the holiday shopping season,” said Vyomesh Joshi, HP executive vice president, Imaging and Printing Group. “Making it easy for our customers to print anytime, anywhere, is a key priority for HP. iPad, iPhone and iPod touch customers are going to love how easy it is to print using our new range of ePrint printers, creating high-quality printed pages in an instant.”
AirPrint is said to have full support on a full range print functions through the iOS, including the page range selection as well as the single-sided and double-sided printing. It will also feature a Print Center that will coordinate on your printer queue so you can track the progress across the office.
We can’t wait for this to happen.

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