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Adobe has introduced a rash of improvements and enhancements for mobile and creative professionals at its this year virtual annual event, Adobe Max 2020.

These include more use of AI in Photoshop and the introduction of Illustrator for iPad, Fresco for iPhone and the introduction of a new tool which means your next independently-designed logo won’t land you in trademark court.

Illustrator comes to iPad

The big news for iOS users is the introduction of Illustrator for iPad, including Apple Pencil support. The company says its focus was to make designing on the iPad “intuitive and simple, while allowing all the controls you’d expect to create precision.”

The interface is designed to focus on the task you are doing, while the application aims to provide you with all the core design capabilities of the core product, including features such as radius, grid and mirror functions.

The release follows extensive beta testing across over 5,000 Illustrator users, and while you may find some missing components in contrast to the desktop application, Adobe has already published its roadmap for future development of Illustrator on iPad, so just like the other Creative Suite products the company has bought across, introduction of most missing elements will happen in time.

The app is available now to Creative Cloud subscribers, or can be purchased for $9.99/month.

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