Adobe Will Be Launching Illustrator For iPad In 2020, Here’s What To Expect
By Thanussha Priyah, 05 Nov 2019
Image via Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe has announced that it will be bringing Illustrator to the iPad in 2020, following the release of Photoshop for iPad, which was released on Monday.
The company has divulged that the illustrator for iPad is currently in the works and the main focus of its functionality will be focused on the touch and Apple’s pencil usage.
Users can save all their files in the Creative Cloud, which will allow these files to be transferrable across various platforms. This means you can create and work on both your desktop and iPad.
The Illustrator for iPad will also touch on power and precisions to make sure its display does not fall short in quality. The company will also prioritize on user experience for the tablet, making it efficient and easier for users to utilize Illustrator on the smaller screen.
The app will leverage on the iPad by allowing users to capture hand-draw sketches and upload them into the app to transform them into vector shapes to work on.
This is the next step for Adobe to hop into the new device, making iPad the all-rounding platform for creatives on the move.
We're introducing new innovations that allow you to be more creative than ever before with radial repeat and symmetry on iPad. Incoming 2020. https://t.co/PVDPJ9KqHf #AdobeMAX pic.twitter.com/Nc4JZofelY— Adobe Illustrator (@Illustrator) November 5, 2019
[via Adobe Blog, images via Adobe Creative Cloud]
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