At its Max show, Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch showed Photoshop's content-aware fill technology running live on a Samsung Galaxy Tab, an Android-based tablet. The grouse in the lower center of the image vanished after Lynch painted over it with his finger, replaced by a patch of green grass.
Palettes, before the computing industry adopted the term, meant a board where painters could mix colors. This virtual palette, shown on an iPad during a demonstration by Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch, could be used to mix, select, and paint colors on using an attached computer running Photoshop.
In one idea, Adobe envisions a Photoshop companion application that would extend the abilities of Photoshop running on a conventional computer. "What we're working on is connecting your mobile devices to your personal computer over a network so that they can work in conjunction with each other," said CTO Kevin Lynch.