iOS version of XD with robust iPad Pro support
I've been enjoying the XD Preview immensely, and find it super useful, with much promise. But I'm doing more and more work on the iPad Pro these days, and that's in large part due to the current crop of Adobe iOS apps.
A full-featured version of Adobe XD for iOS, including CC sync, would be amazing.
This should be obvious
Chet Tailor commented
This is a no brainer, why is it still under review? We now have a M1 iPad Pro.
Seriously. Why has this not happened yet?
I just bought my iPad Air 4 with Apple Pencil so I could play with Photoshop and Illustrator on iPadOS. I completely understand that the feature sets do not match up 100% with the desktop versions, but most of the basics work great. It's nice to have an idea and get something started, move on to Desktop later if I can't finish on the iPad. I designed an entire shirt in Illustrator in just a few minutes. It was awesome to have that option to design during a car ride.
I can't think of anything in Windows or Mac versions of Adobe XD that would not translate well to an iPadOS version. Keep the same menus and panels, but have them move out of the way when not actively being used. It takes some time for a user to adapt to the slightly different interface (touch screen/stylus instead of mouse and keyboard) but it wasn't that difficult (I've used a stylus for years anyway).
I know that you can't just translate the code and call it a day. But from a usability standpoint I do not see why this hasn't happened yet. The Adobe XD app in it's current form is basically useless on the iPad. I can send someone a link to test out my prototype, not matter what their OS or device.
Please make it happen, Adobe!
Sandeep Tripathy commented
Seriously how can this be a feature still 'under review'?
Figma already has an unofficial app for the iPad along with being fully supported on Android/Chrome OS as well as Windows, Mac & Linux due to the online version.
You guys need to buckle up. Affinity is already eating up your Photoshop + Illustrator market share, even though these apps dominated the market for decades earlier. Won't be much long when this happens with XD.
Cristian Roman commented
jesus christ, make it happen.... were in 2021....
Enable to do changes of the prototypes and design in iPad app
Nicolai Friis commented
How can this still be "Feature-under-review"!
Why is this not done yet? It would be so unbelievably helpful if I could create anywhere with my iPad Pro to be able to create simple linked wireframes would be a start.
+1 . Would love to create artboards with Adobe XD and Apple Pencil on the iPad.
Alexander Kalinowski commented
Adobe XD for iPad Pro is something, what is really needed! More than Illustrator (wait... illustrator is already released... so, why no XD?! )
Kshitij Arade commented
Need fully functional XD app for iPad. We should be able to design on iPad itself
Wow this would probably be one of my favorite apps in my whole iPad. I recently started using Figurative in the iPad, which allows me to work on Figma projects. It’s cool, but, I’d love to use Adobe’s ecosystem and integration instead.
Yes definitely a full version of Adobe XD on iPadOS will make work more flexible. I have 2 projects in hand using XD on one and Figma on the other. Figma app is amazing. If XD can do something like Figma, it will give a better market share for XD.
Mohammad Abdallah commented
A full-featured version of Adobe XD for iPadOS, would be amazing.
A great feature would be a full iPad version of XD
Yes please! This would be incredible to have! I find myself using my iPad more often than not. It is a fantastic device because we can literally touch our work. Plus the Apple Pencil would be a perfect compliment to the workflow.
Andrew Khodchenko commented
Any news? I need Full XD on iPad!!!!
Team Codesign commented
This will definitely be a fabulous addition to what we already do with XD. XD on iPad is boom
Abhishekkumar Dutta commented
Are you even here team Adobe?
feature under review for +4 years. Anyone know if this feature is on its way? do the admins even read this any more?