Quais tablets e notebooks que funcionem o Photoshop, InDesigne e Illustrator?
There are no tablet versions other than a variation of Photoshop.
>> a variation of Photoshop.
Is not a real DESKTOP Photoshop. Tablet and smartphones is an evil.
Three years and three days later, both Photoshop and Illustrator have iOS versions. I wouldn't call them evil. I would call them limited—they are very handy when you are on the road but they don't have the full feature set of the macOS asnd Windows applications.
There is not a version of InDesign that will run on an iPad.
And for those of us outside the Garden, there's one crummy image tool misusing the Photoshop name. 🙂
Put me down among those who think the development effort, budget and aims should exclude mobile devices. I see no good end to that road.
The only proper tablet-based PS and Illustrator alternatives that I know of are Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo running on the iPad. The devs are working on Affinity Publisher for iPad as well, which opens InDesign IDML files.
I wouldn't mind being able to open and edit InDesign files on the road! 🙂
Krita's developers also released a fully featured Android version, which may serve as a Photoshop replacement of sorts. And of course there is Photopea, which is a web-based Photoshop clone that opens PSD files (but still limited in regards to bit depth supporting 8bit only).
So there are a few options out there for those of us wanting to work on tablets with desktop-grade design software.
I think the block for InDesign is its reliance on linked assets, which have to be local. It wouldn’t be uncommon for a book or magazine to have gigabytes of placed links, and currently the mobile OSs don’t have the file systems needed to handle linked assets.
Well, that's a technical hurdle.
I think the real limitation, for all of these apps except maybe PS, is that it would reduce their functionality to that of laparascopic surgery. Which appeals to some, or at least seems reasonable, I guess. But.