Graphic, the popular, fully-featured graphic design and illustrator for Apple’s iPad, has received an update making a number of changes to the mobile application.
As of version 3.0.0, Graphic for iPad supports split-screen multitasking under iOS 9, making it possible for owners of Apple’s tablet to run Graphic alongside another iOS application, side-by-side. Of course, besides requiring iOS 9 in order to use Graphic in this way, users will also need to be running the application on an iPad which supports true split-screen multitasking. So far, this is limited to the iPad Air 2, the iPad Pro, and the iPad mini 4.
Indeed, the 12-inch iPad Pro, which works alongside a Cupertino-designed stylus called the Apple Pencil, will serve to be the perfect iPad for Graphic once it launches in November this year.
Graphic 3.0.0 also supports Slide Over in iOS 9, which is available on a larger selection of iPads, and it’s fully optimized for Apple’s iOS 9. As such, the app should run better than ever on the latest version of the mobile operating system.
In case you’re unfamiliar with the app, Graphic allows users to draw and design artwork and concepts using their iPad. It supports a large number of brush styles, shapes, colors, and drawing tools. Additional features, including a wide range of export and sharing options, make Graphic the perfect app for personal or professional digital drawing.
This most recent update means Graphic is without doubt better than ever.
You can download Graphic 3.0.0 for $8.99 on the App Store, and as mentioned, it’s optimized for the iPad only.