Adobe has today declared Illustrator for iPad. The new app won’t be accessible at any point in the near future, however.
As per Adobe, it’s still early days for Illustrator on the iPad, yet it plans to have it prepared eventually in 2020. We’ve no thought when that is destined to be, yet you can, at any rate, sign up to get early access and updates as the improvement advances.
Strangely, Adobe appears to be resolved to ensure that this adaptation of Illustrator exploits the way that it will run on a tablet device.
“What’s our vision for Illustrator on the iPad? We’re still in the early stages, but fundamentally, we’re reimagining the Illustrator experience from the ground up to take advantage of the unique capabilities a tablet offers in terms of touch and Apple pencil. We’ve connected with thousands of designers to understand how they could use a tablet in their creative process.”
Illustrator for iPad will have full Apple Pencil support, similarly as you’d expect, and the entire experience will be reevaluated to work best on a tablet device. What’s more, because Creative Cloud will likewise be a piece of the structure, we can anticipate that files should be effectively available on iPad, regardless of whether they’ve been made on a Mac or PC. The equivalent goes for transferring files the other way, as well.
We’ll be keeping our eyes stripped for more data on how the improvement on Illustrator for iPad goes. We’ll tell you when we have more data, as well