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  • Category Archives iPad

    Last night I was talking with a buddy, and we started talking about what we would really like to see in a Photoshop iPad app. I think all the things that Adobe is doing right now in that space, especially with their introduction of a Software Development Kit (SDK) enabling other people to create apps that interact with Photoshop is incredible. However.... .....what I really want is for Adobe to create Photoshop as an App for the iPad. Real Photoshop. Basically, "Photoshop for the iPad" with the same type of interface, where everything is where we expect it to be---not some reimagined program that really isn't Photoshop. I don't want to learn something completely new, or I'll just stick with the iPad photo apps I have now. I want PHOTOSHOP! Real Photoshop! We can't have it all Now, I know there's no way possible…

    I know a lot of you are really anxious to have us release a Kelby Training iPad App, and believe me, no one is more anxious for it to be ready than I am. We've been working with our developer Shawn Welch (who is incredibly awesome, by the way) on this project for months now (as people who follow me on Facebook and Twitter know), and we have a working Beta copy of the App in house which we're using for testing, but there's still work to be done in the App itself; in integrating with our Web servers, and in converting thousands of videos to a format that works on an iPad. But, it's getting so close to being done now, that I thought we might give you a sneak peek at how it's coming along so far. This new Kelby Training iPad…

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    Here's what happened: I had ordered an iPad Wi-fi + 3G which means I would be waiting until the end of the month until I got my iPad, but I really wanted to see one in person, so Saturday afternoon my son and I went to the local Best Buy store and played with one for 45 minutes. We were just blown away, so I told the guy at Best Buy "I'll take one" (I got totally carried away, especially since I already had one ordered). He asked his supervisor how many they had left. He looked at me and said "Zero. We've been sold out for hours." We asked if they could call around to the other Best Buys in the area. All sold out. Then I found out our IT guy had already bought two for us for testing purposes, so I…

    That's right---we've been developing an iPad App since the iPad was announced by Apple, and soon Kelby Training Online subscribers will be able to watch Kelby Training Classes right on their iPads. We're still putting some finishing touches on it, but it won't be long now, and now that I've seen for myself what can be done on an iPad, I'm really excited about how we'll be able to deliver our training (and of course this app is just the beginning). Keep an eye out here on the blog and I'll let you know when it's released (and of course, I'll have lots more details then).

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