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Overall, I LOVE this app, but there are some serious issues I have with it. The major one is a known issue that they have yet to fix. I’m a paid subscriber, and yet it keeps telling me that as a free user I cannot export at higher than 72dpi. There are some minor work-arounds for that (for my smaller projects anyway), but when I work on a larger project that has been a major problem. The other thing that’s been an issue is that I cannot export with a transparent background. I can do this with other apps in the CC suite, the major one I use is Sketch, but not with this one. It annoys me because I’d love to be able to import typography into my sketches, and I can’t. I can only import art into Comp, which kinda works, but not as well. I do T-shirt’s and coffee mugs and such, and I really need transparency, and the fact that I can’t do it here almost defeats my use of the app at all....
Before I begin, all of this is is new to me. I am learning as I go. I am a subscriber to LR CC, IOS. Main reason I subscribed is Adobe was the only reputable company that offered IOS Mobil apps other than Google Snapseed, which by the way is also an amazing app. More user friendly upfront than Adobe in my opinion. However, thats what lead to the title of this review. For those who feel Adobe lacks, or that it was not as good as before, well take a look in the mirror and ask yourself, what have you done to better yourself? Chances are, you have not taken the time to learn and understand all of the changes made or new features and benefits that come with the new version updates. I am new and quickly finding out there are a several apps that work with some and not others. If you know what each app is intended to be used for, you will not be disappointed. Forcing the users to reach out for support definitely will increase efficiency and productivity by automatically weeding out users who are not willing to take the time and learn. With all the available learning resources and several different ways to contact them for support, its easy to find out which apps you need to use together in order to provide what you are looking for.
A couple years back I was looking for an app to wireframe in quickly. Had just got an iPad Pro an thought it was the perfect time to move away from sketching ideas on paper..... unfortunately adobe decided to make 18 separate apps that each do 1 thing...sounds like fun. I need this app to have the freehand vector drawing power of the illustrator app, and then some type of interaction functionality. Right now it’s in like a weird limbo state, I can’t really start with ideas because it creates automatic shapes and doesn’t let me draw a simple line. But the illustrator app doesn’t let me type text...the closest thing I found was an app called Concepts. But that Concepts app has some of the worst UX, and everything important is behind a paywall. I already have an adobe subscription but to my dismay...they fell short on most of these iPad versions.
Simple and unique gesture based functionality is fun and easy to use. It takes design to a whole new level. This is a wonderful app that every designer needs. Now, why did I give it 3 stars? Because there is so much left for it to improve upon. First, the paste function is no longer working for me and hasn’t for months, and the send feedback also does not work. Secondly there needs to be greater depth of features such as drop shadows for elements, gradient colors, and further manipulation of shapes like Adobe Illustrator and Indesign have. This could mean adding a pen type tool and allowing people to manipulate individual anchor points and handles and even delete them. A Boolean editor would be Ana amazing addition as well. I realize that these are mean to compliment the desktop apps, however, the world is moving to mobile more and more and if Adobe doesn’t keep it that would not be good. Lastly, the RGB selector does look nice, and works when simply adjusting colors that haven’t been preselected, but it is difficult to land on just the right number values if there is a specific color you need. If you could type in the/alums in addition to the sliders, this would be preferable. Let’s do this and make Adobe even more amazing!!
I have never written a review before but I was so outraged by the lack of functionality in this app that I had to say something. The critical issue is that you can’t get your creations off your phone/iPad in any reasonable manner. I mocked up 26 pages only to find if I want them exported to InDesign, I have to send them one by one. And that’s not easy cause you have to have your computer open and then logged into CC. What a monumental waste of time. My exec needed a PDF hard copy of the project ASAP for review and I had to literally sit for a half hour clicking each and every one of the pages. I mean, who is the genius who thought only providing a link option and an export to BeHance was a good idea? What a huge fail. And then there is the overall lack of functionality. Since there is no inDesign for the iPad, this app seems like a good option. Nope. Too little functionality. You can’t even rotate a shape. So much wasted potential.
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Last update was at Apr 02, 2019and the current version is 3.0.5.
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