Adobe groups design apps for iPad in new Adobe Design Mobile Bundle

in General Discussion edited March 2021

    Artists and designers can now purchase a subscription to Adobe's mobile Photoshop, Illustrator, and Fresco apps with Adobe's new iPad-specific bundle.

    Adobe bundles design apps for iPad in new Adobe Design Mobile Bundle

    The plan includes a subscription to Adobe Photoshop on the iPad, Adobe Illustrator on the iPad, Adobe Fresco, and Adobe Spark Post. This enables creators to create, design, and share their creations from within the Adobe family of apps.

    Additionally, users will have 100GB of cloud storage and Adobe Fonts, Adobe Portfolio, and Adobe Behance access.

    All apps are designed to work with the iPad and the Apple Pencil. Each app's interface has been redesigned and streamlined to suit a tablet setup.

    The Adobe Design Mobile Bundle aims to bring the best of Adobe's apps to Apple's iPad at an affordable subscription, saving users up to 50% over existing plans. Pricing starts at $14.99 a month, or users can pay $149.99 for an annual subscription.

    Adobe has been working diligently to bring its world-famous design apps to the iPad. In October of 2020, Adobe brought its vector-based design program, Illustrator, to the iPad.

    A year earlier, Photoshop finally made its debut on the iPad, something Adobe and Apple fans had been demanding for a while.

    In September of 2019, Adobe launched Adobe Fresco, a painting and drawing app seen as a response to Procreate, an existing and widely used app for iPad artists.


    • Reply 1 of 5
      frantisekfrantisek Posts: 760member
      It shows that new iPad pro is really coming.
    • Reply 2 of 5
      rob53rob53 Posts: 3,267member
      Overpriced subscription. Nothing more to say. 
    • Reply 3 of 5
      rob53 said:
      Overpriced subscription. Nothing more to say. 
      Compared to the $200 you're already spending on various subscription services a month? Okay. 
    • Reply 4 of 5
      EsquireCatsEsquireCats Posts: 1,268member
      I like the concept of this - but the apps are still severely  lacking. If not locked into the adobe-world, then they should seriously consider Serif’s apps as an alternative. They’re infinitely more mature on the iPad and very well priced. 
    • Reply 5 of 5
      Photoshop on iPad is still very basic, after all this time. Illustrator is still young, but I won't hold my breath for it either.
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