• Gaël PGaël P, almost 2 years ago

    Vectornator went free recently and I have heard good things about Graphic but did not try it myself.

    Bez and Protosketch are ok but not great.

    My opinion is that scaling down desktop apps doesn't quite work on an iPad. It needs a new approach with perhaps vastly different workflows. Adobe have a good thing with Comp but they don't seem to be working on it anymore.

    What would you need to draw?

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    • Luis La Torre, almost 2 years ago

      I wanted to do hand type but I wanted to end up with an eps/svg file that I can edit later on Figma or Sketch. I also want to take a photo of a marker drawing and do something similar to Live Trace in Illustrator.

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  • Bart S, almost 2 years ago

    I've been waiting for Affinity Designer on iPad for so long already. Currently just use Affinity Photo since those vector tools are pretty good too. Most of the apps for iPad seem to be targeted towards drawn illustrations more than regular simple vector work.

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  • Kemie GuaidaKemie Guaida, almost 2 years ago

    While it's geared (or at least marketed to) more towards sketching than more technical illustration, I find Concepts app a pretty solid tool, with precision mode for more technical drawing.

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