The Pogo Connect, the Jot Touch, and the Jaja are the three styluses you can use with the app. And great news if you're planning on getting an iPad Mini this Christmas. Photoshop Touch is now optimised for smaller tablet displays. On top of all that, Adobe also added a couple of new effects including Lens Flare and Stamp Pattern, a new colour selection workflow, and smoother brush strokes. Plus it's only $10.49, which feels like a real bargain. Your mobile editing options really get a little better every time Adobe refreshes this app. [iTunes App Store via Adobe]
Photoshop Touch Now Works With Styluses
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