Adobe illustrator for iPad Pro
Would love for adobe to came up with a version of illustrator for iPad pro in witch I can fully edit .ai files created with adobe illustrator on my mac.
Hello, It would be amazing if the Arabic type is available in iPad version.
Ghaida Al Hatrushi commented
can’t write in arabic
The middle eastern writing is not supported
I need to be able to set guides from a ruler but there is no ruler option. I can't place a point and then have it snap to another point, it shows me angles but won't snap in relation to another point.
I need to be able to move the common actions bar out of the way. I'm trying to rotate artwork but the rotation node is behind the common actions bar and I can't rotate the object. I'm unable to move the common actions bar.
Yes, Adobe. When?
Paul III commented
Adobe, could you please make something like Illustrator for the ipad that is different from draw and gemini...Call it Shapebuilder and focus on shape building, pen tool, and bezier manipulation for fine tuning and creating perfect lettering and logos without switching back to a desktop for Ai.
george lavoie commented
Im sure others have been asking, but I wanted to add my support for a full version of Illustrator for the ipad. Im a long time professional user of illustrator and all the Adobe suite of products and love using them. I would gladly pay a fee for a full version of illustrator to use on my ipad pro. Ive tried draw a few times and it just doest have the features and tools that I need. Just my opinion.
Thanks for reading.
Zhang Yang commented
Please come up with Illustrator that you can edit as always, on the iPad pro? And that can read my .ai files archived.
Mark Gould commented
It might finally be near time for Apple and Adobe to work together to bring Illustrator to the iPad... There are as of now rumors, that at the upcoming WWDC Apple may announce integration between Mac and iOS apps....
“One feature that could be there, however, is support for cross-platform applications between iOS and macOS. While there have been conflicting reports as to the extent and release timetable of this feature, it is expected to make it so developers could maintain one application across iOS and macOS...”