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Don't waste your money, esp. if you use Adobe apps
There couldn't BE a lamer app, most especially because it comes from Adobe. Vector based? WHERE? That means vector rendered and editable. Doesn't exist on the iPad. There's no bezier edit, there's no object rotating, no text, and probably the weakest settings I've ever seen in the app store ... you cant even adjust the choke or "simplify" tool, so whatever you draw is up for the app's interpretation and you have no control over it whatsoever REALLY, Adobe? What exactly is this app for? If you are used to the Adobe Creative Suite, you will be GREATLY disappointed. It doesn't even come close on any level. Save your money. I'm going to fight to get mine back.
pookerella on Apr 22, 2012 for Adobe Ideas
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Needs a paint bucket!
Vector drawing is good. Paint bucket tool is needed. Also needs retina update.
VIA URBEM on Apr 21, 2012 for Adobe Ideas
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very limited for the money
I desperately needed to trace the outlines of something that was only available as an image file. This does that. And that's about all one can say for it. The comparison with the flexibility and elegance of Muji's Muji Note iPad app leaves this Adobe sketching tool gasping in the dirt. If Muji HAD the ability to put a trace layer over an imported image file, there would be no reason to use this app. It has very limited adaptability. Or, as in the case of colors, goes from a few choices to infinite adjustability with nothing in between to help organize those choices. You can't set up different pens and easily swap between them; you have to set the color, transparency, and brush size every time you want to switch lines. Adobe brought way too much of their CS big application thinking to this, and not enough, not even close, iPad or touchscreen thinking. Writing this, I've talked myself down from three stars to two. Muji gives an incredible interaction for $5. Adobe doesn't come close for twice the money.
Rick Robinson on Apr 20, 2012 for Adobe Ideas
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Just an idea but...
Perhaps an update where I could use gestures?
Shun-Di on Apr 19, 2012 for Adobe Ideas
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Why adobe why!!!!!!!
This is my favorite drawing app, i bought the ipad just for it but this latest update has ruined the workflow, now selecting colors is a pain, having to open the panel every time is no fun. The color picker tool is a welcome addition but why change the entire toolbar? It was perfect before and there was plenty of space for other tools, dont turn this program into bloatware, it should be all about speed and ease, we got illustrator for all the other stuff. Bring back the classic toolbar please, i believe in you adobe i know youll do the right thing, i love you long time.
Iloveadobeideas4ever on Apr 17, 2012 for Adobe Ideas
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End of an era
Anyone else remember when Adobe exhibited not only quality, but always actually a leader of the pack? Crumble, crumble, crumble.
katzilla349 on Apr 16, 2012 for Adobe Ideas
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