Adobe has released an upgraded version of its proprietary vector graphics editor Illustrator for the Apple iPad. The app, aimed at designers and illustrators, has been redesigned and optimized to function on touchscreen devices with stylus support.
Illustrator is the third graphics application from Adobe to be ported to the iPad. Lightroom has been available to iPad users since 2014, and Photoshop was released last year. Because people often use tablets to work and create whenever they want, mobile versions of Adobe apps are highly anticipated and in-demand products.
Adobe Illustrator for iPad has a basic set of tools that come in handy for creating vector graphics. The user interface and work tools have been specially redesigned to interact with them through the touch screen as convenient as possible. Some more specific features are missing, but they may appear later in the application. According to the available data, additional visual effects, brushes, and new features are currently in development and should appear in the app at a later date.
Adobe Illustrator for iPad is free to use for Creative Cloud subscribers with a desktop version of the graphics editor. Everyone else will have to sign up for a paid subscription for $ 9.99 per month.
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