Looking to bring its Creative Suite to the tablet market, Adobe has launched six new design apps for Android’s Honeycomb OS today , including Photoshop Touch, a condensed, touchscreen version of the industry standard advertised as offering “core” features.

Also available for immediate download are freeform website design tool “Proto,” moodboard creator “Collage,” digital sketchboard “ Ideas,” color-theme specialist “Kuler,” and presentation app “Debut,” which allows users to specifically show off their Adobe-assisted designs. Each app will run you $9.99.

The batch-release is  smaller piece of Adobe’s planned “Creative Cloud” initiative, which will let users sync their design files across all computers, smartphones, and tablets. With iOS set to get the Touch apps at the top of next year, the entire “Cloud” rollout should be complete by mid-2012.

See “Ideas” in action above.

[via Gizmodo and Engadget]