updated 09:25 am EDT, Tue April 6, 2010
Company's first dedicated iPad app
Adobe has released its first app to be specially designed for the iPad, Ideas 1.0. The title is a vector-based sketching tool, in theory meant to complement desktop software such as Photoshop or Illustrator; completed sketches can be e-mailed as PDF files. Users can also generate color themes based on pre-existing photos and images, and display separate drawing and photo layers.
Drawing assists include zoom, a vector eraser, and varying brush sizes with multi-touch input. Some other features include a gallery-style organizer for both sketches and color themes, and 50 levels of undo history. Ideas is a free download, but requires an iPad.