Adobe Releases Illustrator On iPad So Designers Can Create Digital Art Anywhere
By Izza Sofia, 21 Oct 2020
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Adobe has released Illustrator for iPad, a streamlined version of the industry-standard desktop vector graphics app redesigned to work with a stylus and touch controls.
Everything you would expect for the mobile version is here—from the pen, the brush tools to layers and properties. New features include radial and grid options, while basic tools include the type tool and path options.
The app also has over 18,000 fonts built in, including Variable Fonts and OpenType Color. You can also load your preferred licensed typefaces on the iPad.
The move is a big release for Adobe. With many creatives purchasing tablets and working on the go, Adobe has done a great job in making its apps transition across platforms without slowing users down. Reactions from creatives have been positive so far, with many announcing their excitement on Twitter.
Take a look at some responses below, or head to the Adobe blog to read more information on the new app.
That's right - Illustrator on the iPad has arrived. Draw on inspiration with the freedom to create anything...anywhere. Keep up with the #AdobeMAX Keynote, live now: https://t.co/zeAsAjZgik pic.twitter.com/piPCyPuDZO— Adobe (@Adobe) October 20, 2020
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I’m so excited that illustrator is now on the iPad and it has the shape builder tool!!!— Ryan Mitchell (@MotionMitchell) October 20, 2020
Adobe illustrator on ipad might be app of the year— Yt: Datboydoan 🐢🐢 (@datboydoan) October 20, 2020
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