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Adobe Comp

Adobe Comp

Adobe Inc.

4.0 Ratings 2K+ Reviews
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4.0
1.9K+ Ratings
  1. 5
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  2. 4
    16+%
  3. 3
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  • It’s a two way street... Jan 28, 2019

    By jtriste636
    Before I begin, all of this is is new to me. I am learning as I go. I am a subscriber to LR CC, IOS. Main reason I subscribed is Adobe was the only reputable company that offered IOS Mobil apps other than Google Snapseed, which by the way is also an amazing app. More user friendly upfront than Adobe in my opinion. However, thats what lead to the title of this review. For those who feel Adobe lacks, or that it was not as good as before, well take a look in the mirror and ask yourself, what have you done to better yourself? Chances are, you have not taken the time to learn and understand all of the changes made or new features and benefits that come with the new version updates. I am new and quickly finding out there are a several apps that work with some and not others. If you know what each app is intended to be used for, you will not be disappointed. Forcing the users to reach out for support definitely will increase efficiency and productivity by automatically weeding out users who are not willing to take the time and learn. With all the available learning resources and several different ways to contact them for support, its easy to find out which apps you need to use together in order to provide what you are looking for.
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  • 3 years later not much improvement Jun 30, 2018

    By Jonnybraz
    A couple years back I was looking for an app to wireframe in quickly. Had just got an iPad Pro an thought it was the perfect time to move away from sketching ideas on paper..... unfortunately adobe decided to make 18 separate apps that each do 1 thing...sounds like fun. I need this app to have the freehand vector drawing power of the illustrator app, and then some type of interaction functionality. Right now it’s in like a weird limbo state, I can’t really start with ideas because it creates automatic shapes and doesn’t let me draw a simple line. But the illustrator app doesn’t let me type text...the closest thing I found was an app called Concepts. But that Concepts app has some of the worst UX, and everything important is behind a paywall. I already have an adobe subscription but to my dismay...they fell short on most of these iPad versions.
    more
  • Stunning, could be so much more Mar 26, 2018

    By aberrantartist
    Simple and unique gesture based functionality is fun and easy to use. It takes design to a whole new level. This is a wonderful app that every designer needs. Now, why did I give it 3 stars? Because there is so much left for it to improve upon. First, the paste function is no longer working for me and hasn’t for months, and the send feedback also does not work. Secondly there needs to be greater depth of features such as drop shadows for elements, gradient colors, and further manipulation of shapes like Adobe Illustrator and Indesign have. This could mean adding a pen type tool and allowing people to manipulate individual anchor points and handles and even delete them. A Boolean editor would be Ana amazing addition as well. I realize that these are mean to compliment the desktop apps, however, the world is moving to mobile more and more and if Adobe doesn’t keep it that would not be good. Lastly, the RGB selector does look nice, and works when simply adjusting colors that haven’t been preselected, but it is difficult to land on just the right number values if there is a specific color you need. If you could type in the/alums in addition to the sliders, this would be preferable. Let’s do this and make Adobe even more amazing!!
    more
  • Could take more advantage of iPad tools May 2, 2017

    By Pavamarie
    Absolutely fantastic wireframing software. The gestures are extremely intuitive and useful. Mockups that used to take me hours can be finished in a fraction of the time with Comp CC. The ONLY reason that I can't give Comp CC five stars is the lack of a drawing feature. I know in wireframes you typically don't sketch, but there are certain times when drawing a few lines or small icons is incredibly helpful. Comp designs are supposed to be finished on the full Adobe suite, but once you take it over to the computer, you lose the magic of drawing with the Apple Pencil. The draw feature would be incredibly easy to integrate, and if it was, Comp CC would most definitely get a 5/5.
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  • Often Misunderstood Dec 30, 2016

    By kerelenko
    The app and what is was designed to do is misunderstood and some people even give it a bad rap because they can't afford the monthly subscription. Those are the people who do not respect the value of the tools designers and developers use. Comp CC is the main reason I bought an iPad pro 12.9. It helps with design and prototyping. It is great to be able to "sketch" ideas and functionality of a website or an app or a layout while sipping coffee on the couch and not in front of a computer screen. Comp CC is for building ideas and prototyping and not intended for final work output. You are expected to finish your work on your computer using the full suite of Adobe CC programs.
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  • Where’s the update? Dec 3, 2019

    By #1 MUSIC
    The problem with this app is it’s almost there but lacks key components. A trend that is all too familiar with Adobe products. Remember when Adobe XD lacked fixed header functionality for a while. It basically rendered the whole point of UX/UI worthless if you wanted to scroll. Same story with Adobe Comp. A couple more functional components would be game changing such as a pen tool and more advanced type treatments. There are already a couple vector apps out there so many tools but their app experience is cumbersome. I heard Adobe is working on an illustrator version for the iPad coming out next year. Let’s hope it works for the iPhone as well.
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  • major features missing Aug 26, 2019

    By ueeeeehty
    cant export all screens in a project to pdf at once...must do each individual one. screen notes aren’t nativity supported and notes you put on the side of your screen are barely readable and are lost on pdf export. cant export project to adobexd. this is the fastest low fidelity wireframe/mockup tool on ipad with virtually zero learning curve but missing needed features that would enable user to finish project idea and export pdf in a manner that it could be emailed to designers with inline notes. So i’m stuck with using balsamiq wireframe on desktop....which is fine because everything is there, it’s just not as convenient as tablet.
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  • It’s a two way street... Jan 28, 2019

    By jtriste636
    Before I begin, all of this is is new to me. I am learning as I go. I am a subscriber to LR CC, IOS. Main reason I subscribed is Adobe was the only reputable company that offered IOS Mobil apps other than Google Snapseed, which by the way is also an amazing app. More user friendly upfront than Adobe in my opinion. However, thats what lead to the title of this review. For those who feel Adobe lacks, or that it was not as good as before, well take a look in the mirror and ask yourself, what have you done to better yourself? Chances are, you have not taken the time to learn and understand all of the changes made or new features and benefits that come with the new version updates. I am new and quickly finding out there are a several apps that work with some and not others. If you know what each app is intended to be used for, you will not be disappointed. Forcing the users to reach out for support definitely will increase efficiency and productivity by automatically weeding out users who are not willing to take the time and learn. With all the available learning resources and several different ways to contact them for support, its easy to find out which apps you need to use together in order to provide what you are looking for.
    more
  • Often Misunderstood Dec 30, 2016

    By kerelenko
    The app and what is was designed to do is misunderstood and some people even give it a bad rap because they can't afford the monthly subscription. Those are the people who do not respect the value of the tools designers and developers use. Comp CC is the main reason I bought an iPad pro 12.9. It helps with design and prototyping. It is great to be able to "sketch" ideas and functionality of a website or an app or a layout while sipping coffee on the couch and not in front of a computer screen. Comp CC is for building ideas and prototyping and not intended for final work output. You are expected to finish your work on your computer using the full suite of Adobe CC programs.
    more
  • Love Love LOVE! ... (also some ideas) Apr 27, 2018

    By NTC Consulting
    This app, along with so many of your other apps have not only made owning my small business a possibility, but provided a platform for my creative pursuits. Huge thanks to the development team! I would love to see more crossover functionality. Specifically SPARK POST!! This would combine the best of both my favorite and most used work spaces. I design UI for web applications and do so from the mobile view up. Starting at the mobile view is made much easier for me by designing on my iPhone. Adobe Spark, Lightroom, Photo Mix, and now this app mark it possible. My ideal flow would also involve being able to export to HTML from mobile as well, and even export directly to services like Google Cloud Storage, Slack, or Github. If you want to take it one step further, allow us to view and edit the project through a text editor with HTML, import HTML, and even launch projects to browser view; all on mobile. Thank you again
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  • Adobe is King Apr 27, 2020

    By Neptunes Trident
    Computer programs or phone app’s. Adobe has an incredible diversity of products that allow someone with mediocre computer skills look like a computer program super genius working with a top of the line supercomputer. It is without a doubt the best software on the planet out to geosynchronous orbit. If I’m not doing it justice it’s because there is nothing to compare it to. There’s Adobe and there’s everything else. There’s a lot of great software out there, just nothing you can even compare with. It’s not fair to other software manufacturers. I like it.
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  • Fastest Way to Mock-up on the go. Period. May 11, 2019

    By Storiwr
    I am so happy they finally released an update for this app! I’d nearly given up. Until they create a version of XD for iOS this is the next best thing. Gestures make it so you can wireframe like one would on a napkin, except your crude shapes actually become the objects you’re trying to represent. It’s also very easy to toss in some watermarked Adobe Stock images as placeholders until you find the assets you want. My only complaint about using the app is changing the background and layering elements can be a pain. It also worries me how long this app went without updates. Comp shows the direction I want Adobe to pursue: more intuitive tools that stay out of the way when creating. There are many tools in here I’d like to see in inDesign and other legacy apps. You can’t quite get a final design on here. What’s amazing, however, is how close you can get. Way better than a pad of paper!
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  • Could take more advantage of iPad tools May 2, 2017

    By Pavamarie
    Absolutely fantastic wireframing software. The gestures are extremely intuitive and useful. Mockups that used to take me hours can be finished in a fraction of the time with Comp CC. The ONLY reason that I can't give Comp CC five stars is the lack of a drawing feature. I know in wireframes you typically don't sketch, but there are certain times when drawing a few lines or small icons is incredibly helpful. Comp designs are supposed to be finished on the full Adobe suite, but once you take it over to the computer, you lose the magic of drawing with the Apple Pencil. The draw feature would be incredibly easy to integrate, and if it was, Comp CC would most definitely get a 5/5.
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  • Just one more feature and this would be perfect. Sep 7, 2018

    By Cbantrox
    I absolutely love this app for mocking PDFS. It saves so much time. The thing is, there is no way to export a multi page document, and that’s where all the time I saved mocking up starts piling up again when I have to export the pages 1 by 1 into illustrator, or indesign to be able to finish up the pdf. I have been looking online and this feature has been requested years ago, how can it take this long? I own the entire suite, this should be fixed by now. I get excited every time there is an update thinking this is the one. Please don’t let this feature ruin such a good product.
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  • Major Update Please Feb 19, 2020

    By CBerry
    Now that Photoshop and Illustrator for the iPad have advanced, please update this app to use with InDesign. You don’t know how much I could get done at work. Being able to create layouts is wonderful, but it would be so much better if Adobe made improvements to this app to be able to do more. I know this is for Adobe XD, and I use it for that sometimes, but please give us more features or make it compatible for InDesign CC! Trust me, there is a huge demand for this! Thanks in advance Adobe.😉
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  • Tnx Oct 11, 2017

    By Sonic3483
    Collecting fine shapes and colors that can be used in any cc apps walking along the street? This app inspires new way of working via smartphones. You can instantly capture aesthetic thing you encounter in daily life. If you are tired of searching images on the internet for all they long, this app can be an another choice. Go out, see the real thing and get it. Some quality is need to be improved so that I gave 4 stars.
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  • 3 years later not much improvement Jun 30, 2018

    By Jonnybraz
    A couple years back I was looking for an app to wireframe in quickly. Had just got an iPad Pro an thought it was the perfect time to move away from sketching ideas on paper..... unfortunately adobe decided to make 18 separate apps that each do 1 thing...sounds like fun. I need this app to have the freehand vector drawing power of the illustrator app, and then some type of interaction functionality. Right now it’s in like a weird limbo state, I can’t really start with ideas because it creates automatic shapes and doesn’t let me draw a simple line. But the illustrator app doesn’t let me type text...the closest thing I found was an app called Concepts. But that Concepts app has some of the worst UX, and everything important is behind a paywall. I already have an adobe subscription but to my dismay...they fell short on most of these iPad versions.
    more
  • Stunning, could be so much more Mar 26, 2018

    By aberrantartist
    Simple and unique gesture based functionality is fun and easy to use. It takes design to a whole new level. This is a wonderful app that every designer needs. Now, why did I give it 3 stars? Because there is so much left for it to improve upon. First, the paste function is no longer working for me and hasn’t for months, and the send feedback also does not work. Secondly there needs to be greater depth of features such as drop shadows for elements, gradient colors, and further manipulation of shapes like Adobe Illustrator and Indesign have. This could mean adding a pen type tool and allowing people to manipulate individual anchor points and handles and even delete them. A Boolean editor would be Ana amazing addition as well. I realize that these are mean to compliment the desktop apps, however, the world is moving to mobile more and more and if Adobe doesn’t keep it that would not be good. Lastly, the RGB selector does look nice, and works when simply adjusting colors that haven’t been preselected, but it is difficult to land on just the right number values if there is a specific color you need. If you could type in the/alums in addition to the sliders, this would be preferable. Let’s do this and make Adobe even more amazing!!
    more
  • Wonderfully well designed. Lacking in a few Critical details Feb 5, 2020

    By dernhelm7
    I love using this app. I’ve been looking for a way to mock up on the iPad, and this is even better than the options I would’ve imagined. Just sketching what I want is the best UX! Unfortunately there are serious issues. Saving and sharing lock up the app. Want to share a link to your project or save it? Endless loading screen. Right now I have to save each picture individually and compose in another app. I would love to be able to update this review if these bugs are resolved.
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  • Where’s the update? Dec 3, 2019

    By #1 MUSIC
    The problem with this app is it’s almost there but lacks key components. A trend that is all too familiar with Adobe products. Remember when Adobe XD lacked fixed header functionality for a while. It basically rendered the whole point of UX/UI worthless if you wanted to scroll. Same story with Adobe Comp. A couple more functional components would be game changing such as a pen tool and more advanced type treatments. There are already a couple vector apps out there so many tools but their app experience is cumbersome. I heard Adobe is working on an illustrator version for the iPad coming out next year. Let’s hope it works for the iPhone as well.
    more
  • major features missing Aug 26, 2019

    By ueeeeehty
    cant export all screens in a project to pdf at once...must do each individual one. screen notes aren’t nativity supported and notes you put on the side of your screen are barely readable and are lost on pdf export. cant export project to adobexd. this is the fastest low fidelity wireframe/mockup tool on ipad with virtually zero learning curve but missing needed features that would enable user to finish project idea and export pdf in a manner that it could be emailed to designers with inline notes. So i’m stuck with using balsamiq wireframe on desktop....which is fine because everything is there, it’s just not as convenient as tablet.
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