Adobe Brings Illustrator To The iPad For The First Time

Adobe continues its assault on the iPad App Store, this time bringing Illustrator to Apple’s tablet for the first time. Now, creatives can make all kinds of things while on the move or, if they prefer, sat at their desk.

And because this is an iPad we’re talking about, Apple Pencil is involved as well.

Create logos, illustrations, and graphics with tools designed just for Apple Pencil and iPad. Work on desktop or tablet, even offline — it’s never been easier to take your creativity to new places.

Adobe says that it’s tried to keep Illustrator as accessible as possible on iPad, all without removing the features that creatives need. As a result, Adobe believes that users will see more tools and power open up to them the more they use the app.

The company is also keen to point out that this initial release is “just the beginning” which suggests we could see some big updates in the future.

Coming soon:

• Sketch to vector
• Improved precision
• Variable-width strokes
• New brushes
• Drop shadow and other effects

The app is available to Creative Cloud subscribers with access to the desktop version of Illustrator. Creative Cloud subscription runs for around $54 per month with access to everything. Alternatively, $10 per month will get you access to Illustrator only.

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