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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!Anonymous supported this idea ·