The upcoming vector-drawing app Illustrator from Photoshop maker Adobe is now available to pre-order on the App Store ahead of its scheduled arrival on Wednesday, October 21.
Supporting a creative renaissance happening as people are increasingly spending more time working from home because of the coronavirus epidemic, Photoshop maker Adobe today announced new products and features across many of its Creative Cloud offerings.
Following last year's release of Photoshop for iPad, Adobe is planning to release Illustrator for iPad in 2020, and now the company is starting to invite people to help it beta-test the app.
It's been a year since Adobe first previewed a version of Photoshop running on an iPad at its Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles, with a promise to release the app sometime in 2019. Now the software is available for download from the App Store. It's a free download, though unlocking and using it requires an active Creative Cloud subscription.
Even though Adobe still hasn’t released the iPad version of Photoshop, the company is reportedly committed to bringing its vector design app Illustrator to the Apple tablet in 2020.