Not letting any time pass before moving on to the next challenge, Adobe is announcing that it's working to do the same for Illustrator at its annual MAX design conference. In the coming months, Adobe will add more capabilities and workflows. Designed with a more intuitive interface, the iPad update will make it possible for users to work with the same documents across devices and have seamless access to Adobe Stock, Adobe Fonts and all Creative Cloud Libraries.
You can create, edit and manipulate the same layer stack on the iPad version as on the desktop version - with support for blending modes, opacity, clipping paths and adjustment layers. For example, it can instantly recognize the subject in your photo, supply recommendations and automatically apply "sophisticated, unique features" to help your image stand out from the crowd while maintaining its originality.
Adobe just announced a new model of Photoshop for your smartphone, but it's nothing at all like the a single you use on your Personal computer.
For this year, Adobe showcased Illustrator for the iPad to bring its illustrative features on a tablet.
Anyone with a qualifying Adobe Photoshop subscription can use the app for free. The product is scheduled to be released in 2020.
This year, it appears that Adobe is making a big bet on artificial intelligence to drive its next-generation mobile apps and services. Now limited to Microsoft's Surface Pro X devices, the software is based on the company's in-house Adobe Sensei. The app for iPad was announced by the California-based company past year when the 2018 iPad Pro was unveiled. Powered by Adobe Sensei, the watercolor, oil Live Brushes mix, and interact on the screen just as they would in real life. There's enough here to begin to give other apps like Pixelmator and Affinity Photo a run for their money - and this is especially true for those who want to do better round-tripping with Photoshop for Mac or Windows, as the PSD files are 100 percent compatible between all versions. A free version is also available but few features have been locked that are available in the full version. The new Photoshop camera app is meant for mobiles, and is seen here. The company also says new filters will be added "all the time".