Last year, Adobe announced that it will be bringing Photoshop to the iPad anytime in 2019. Well, we are still waiting for it to launch commercially for the iPad which is currently in beta. But now, it seems like the company is heading on to bring some more apps and features from its Creative Cloud software to iPad.
According to a recent Bloomberg report, the next Adobe CC app for the iPad will be Illustrator. The report claims that Adobe will preview the Illustrator for iPad at its Adobe Max conference in early November and plans to launch the full version sometime in 2020. The Illustrator app is said to inherit most of the features and options from the desktop version of Illustrator.
A spokeswoman for Adobe wouldn’t confirm or deny the rumor, telling Bloomberg that the company had “nothing new to share at this time.”
As with Photoshop, both Adobe and Apple have mutual interests in bringing Illustrator to the iPad. For Adobe, this is another way to spur Creative Cloud subscriptions. However, with Photoshop on iPad, Adobe is ditching some of the features from its desktop version which is quite unreliable.
Adobe’s Scott Belsky, chief product officer of the company’s Creative Cloud group, told Bloomberg that Adobe would “expand the capabilities” of Photoshop on iPad over time.
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