Adobe Ideas (Version 2.7) includes some very cool user-requested features:
Stylus Support – Ideas now includes pressure sensitive stylus support for Ten One Design’s Pogo Connect Bluetooth Pen, which enables you to be more expressive with your drawing strokes and achieve creative effects more naturally (by giving your strokes a thick/thin appearance depending on how much pressure you apply).
It also allows for palm rejection so that users can draw while resting their palm on the iPad without interference.
In addition, users can control their brushes, colors, opacity and size by simply tapping the button on the pen:
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Pogo Connect works with the iPad 3, 4 and iPad Mini. I have been using it on the new iPad and working with a pressure sensitive stylus makes a huge difference.
Stroke Smoothing – Based on community feedback, you can now choose your preference on what line smoothing method works best for them. You can choose to smooth the drawing stroke while drawing for increased accuracy, or after to achieve smoother curves (which was the behavior prior to the 2.6 release).
Share to other applications – You can now open your Ideas drawings direcly in other apps such as Photoshop Touch.
Remember that one of the very nice features of Ideas is that you can sketch on your iPad on the go, then when you're back in the office you can download the Ideas file (.idea) to your desktop, and open it with Illustrator CC and CS6 as vector art.
Adobe Ideas is available for free in the iTunes Store, get it now! Or update the App if you already have it on your devices.