I am designing screens for an app for iPad. I would like to easily preview my artboards on my iPad.
My method to do that is:
- export the
.aidocument to a
- copy the
- then, open this new
Is there a more clever way than what I an doing right now?
EDIT: The resason I want to preview is to compare 2 ou more screens. A good point in the process I use in that with a swipe I can compare two artboards.
Skala is a great free app that mirrors your screen on to mobile devices. It can link directly to photoshop and also send over JPGs and clipboard.
I've been using an app called iDraw from the app store. It let's me open .AI files directly on my iPad and I can connect it to my dropbox. So I save the file on my computer in my dropbox and then I can easily open it on my iPad almost immediately.
Here's a couple screenshots of the iDraw app:
Also, you may want to try this app called Astropad. It lets you use your iPad as second screen and also a drawing tablet with Illustrator. It has no lag and works great. Plus you can try it for free.