The App Store currently has hundreds and thousands of apps prepared and optimized for the iPad, it’s true. However, not all of them know how to make the most of what the new iPad Pro has to offer thanks to the Apple Pencil and the 120 Hz refresh screen. We’ve compiled some of the apps that take full advantage of the power of the new iPad Pro.
- Paper 3: Draw your first ideas on Paper and then take them to another app. Paper turns your iPad into a sketchbook. It offers just what you need to sketch easily, plus it recognises basic lines and objects so you can easily edit your sketches later.
- Duet Display: Want a second screen for your Mac? Take advantage of the inches of iPad Pro. With Duet Display, you can easily double your screen with a Lightning connection. Because it’s wired, it’s incredibly fast. In fact, you won’t even notice the difference – it’ll look like your own computer screen.
- Pixelmator: The alternative to Photoshop has always been Pixelmator in macOS, and of course on iPad is not the alternative, but the option to choose. Take advantage of the tablet’s possibilities to quickly edit photos or create your own images.
- Procreate: Procreate has always been a reference app when it comes to drawing and creating real artwork with the iPAd. With the arrival of the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, they took advantage of the pressure and sensitivity features of the Apple pen. With the screen refresher on the new iPad Pro, you can draw like paper.
- Adobe Comp: Adobe Comp leverages the powerful iPad Pro processor to let you create large, complex wireframe compositions for app prototypes, websites, or whatever you’re designing. With the large screens of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, you’ll have plenty of room to easily wireframe your designs.
- Astropad Studio: Astropad Studio allows you to use your iPad as a graphics tablet for the Mac. So, if you usually work from the Mac but you draw with a graphic tablet, you can do it directly with the iPad Pro and its Apple Pencil. And it integrates with MacOS apps like Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, Pixelmator, and more.
- Bear: The text editor par excellence and the most complete of all is called Bear. Apple has chosen it as one of the apps of the year, and not in vain, its enormous potential and the large number of tools it offers are proof of this.
- Swift Playgrounds: There’s no better time to learn programming than when you have a new iPad Pro. Apple offers us exclusively Swift Playgrounds on the iPad Pro so we can learn to program easily , regardless of age or level. And now it also lets you control robots, drones, and more accessories.
- iMovie: On the iPad, iMovie is extremely powerful. The proof is that it can edit not one or two, but three 4K videos at the same time. This was able to do with the old iPad with the A9 chip, what will it be able to do now?
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