updated 03:40 am EST, Sun February 26, 2012
App quickly removed from App Store
Adobe appears to have accidentally published its Photoshop Touch iPad app ahead of schedule. The utility was reportedly available early Sunday morning in the App Stores for Australia and New Zealand, however it was quickly removed and has yet to resurface.
The company already offers a Photoshop Touch tablet app, though the current release is only available for devices running Android. Users can take advantage of several tools from the desktop software, including Refine Edge, along with a new scribble selection tool geared specifically for touch input.
The mobile app also provides direct interaction with Facebook and Google for sharing and image search, respectively.
The Photoshop Touch variant for the iPad 2 is said to carry the same $10 price as its Android counterpart. The app is expected to be officially released on Monday, however Adobe has yet to formally announce a specific launch date. [via The Next Web]