Sketch was initially released for iPad Pro, with support for Apple Pencil, and earlier this year, Adobe added iPhone support.
Here is the complete changelog for Photoshop Sketch 3.4:
- Support for Layers enables you to add multiple images in your work. All you have to do is tap on the layers icon to make the layers panel visible. Then produce the desired effect by renaming, restacking, transforming and merging images.
- Enhanced Brush settings gives you freedom to adjust settings of individual brushes as per your need.
- New brushes have been added: Thick Acrylic, Ink Brush and Soft pastel brushes to attain effects produced by real-life tool. However, these are only available in iPad mini 2,3,4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro.
- Ability to duplicate projects via Edit Mode or placement of drawings between projects.
- 3D Touch optimization lets you perform dual tasks; first, by long-pressing the app, you can access the last piece of art you created and second, for more control, it uses your finger to act as pressure-sensitive stylus.
Sketch 3.4 also offers customized toolbar, perspective and graph grids, digital ruler, creative cloud libraries and more. You can share your work via Behance Creative community, and social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook. You can continue to work on your ongoing projects on your desktop by sending your work to Photoshop CC or Illustrator CC as well as integrate Sketch with Adobe’s other apps ( Capture CC, Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC) to create more ambitious illustrations.
Adobe also has other apps available for iOS, including Photoshop Fix which lets you retouch and restore images for free.
Adobe Photoshop Sketch 3.4 is available on the App Store for free.