So we use touch devices now so what? That doesn't give you an excuse to take away numerical input for guides? Touch may be easy, but in case you forgot why we made computers in the first place, it because human touch is also inaccurate. Inputting a coordinate is much faster than trying to hit that coordinate with your finger. Come on! It's like you don't even know what your friggin app is about!
Love it. There are small issues, sometimes when I want to edit text it won't work, but all that can be fixed I am update. So far it has changed my workflow. It's awesome!
When using on a galaxy s7 edge I get padding around all elements I sketch, this makes it clumsy to layout designs. As far as I can see there is no option to change the units to px or mm. It would be great if the artboard's height automatically expanded when working on large websites, just like muse. There is also no export to muse, like on iOS. That was the main reason I installed this app and is a deal breaker for me. If that function is added, plus the option to change units I'll give this app 5 stars.
Great interface and intuitive controls/gestures. Has some show stopping bugs though. Beware resizing mixed object and text groups... And the undo button doesn't always work.
A bit basic. Needs muse link and I'd like to be able to rotate my screen on the phone. Bit small in portrait format
Grate app. But add some offline file sharing option to Photoshop and whatever else. And also add Gradient tool and Drop, diffuse Shadow option for making more cool stuffs.
Welcome to Adobe Comp 1.0 for Android!
Graphic designers and artists can explore a concept using:
Prebuilt mobile, print and web sizes. Create your own custom size.
Gestures that drop in placeholder text, basic shapes, graphics and editable text boxes.
Guides and grids to align and work with spacing controls.
Professional fonts powered by Typekit.
Send the idea to the desktop where it will automatically open in InDesign, Illustrator or Photoshop.