Tuesday, October 20th. A fantastic day for Adobe to announce a host of enhancements to its various applications, from the integration of artificial intelligence into such popular products as Photoshop to the landing of two apps that now take crossover paths. One of them is Adobe Freshwhich is no longer iPad-only territory to get to the iPhone.
The drawing app has had a seemingly successful passage through the iPad, where it has become one of the developer’s best known in the creative field, and is now available to a larger audience by landing on the smallest iPhone screens.
Free version and Pro version with subscription
Adobe says the Fresco app will remain unchanged on arrival at the iPhoneIt is also adapted to be operated on panels with a more contained diagonal than that of the iPad. We should therefore expect a very similar, practically identical, user experience to that of the tablet version plus the latest improvements.
The arrival is, in fact, with the jump to version 2.0 of Fresco. This means that the app now receives support for text, different custom brushes and a new blob brush tool, as well as several more focused pressure sensitivity controls for the iPad but also useful on the iPhone.
Adobe Fresco is a free application for both iPad and iPhone, although it has a subscription version that costs 12.09 euros/month and which includes the use of Photoshop, access to over 1,000 brushes selected by Adobe itself and 100GB of company cloud storage. We leave the download links below.
- Price: Free with monthly subscription option
- Developer: Adobe Inc.
- Download it for iPad and iPhone: App Store