“You can now review, respond, and leave feedback to comments from your phone or tablet.”
I'm excited to announce mobile comments are now available in @figma. This is a request I know many of you (myself included) have been waiting for.— Greg Blaszczuk (@gregblaszczuk) September 13, 2022
You can now review, respond, and leave feedback to comments from your phone or tablet. And as always, we're always open to feedback. pic.twitter.com/B4HPRvSFzq
FigJam is now available on iPad! Beta testing was announced back in January, and I’m really glad they started with FigJam. While I can’t see myself using the iPad for high-fidelity work, it’s perfect for making low-fidelity sketches with Apple Pencil or laying out flows. See the Twitter thread by Robert Bye, Product Manager of Mobile and Desktop Apps at Figma, on making some of these decisions while building the app.
A regular reminder that if you’ve got an iPad, Figurative app and Pencil Pal plugin are must-haves.
Using @figmadesign in the iPad with the Pencil is WHY I got the iPad in the first place. Sketch and wireframe IN Figma. Can't go back from this. Now my process doesn't start on paper, it starts in Figma. pic.twitter.com/Q6rOiW1PzR— It’s Johnnie (@callmejohnnie) September 22, 2020
The team at Doist recreated the just announced Apple Widgets from iOS 14.
Joey Banks built this whole kit before some people even watched a keynote! Awesome work and incredibly useful for anyone designing for iOS.
Figurative brings the desktop-class editor experience from Figma to iPadOS. Compatible Magic Keyboard, Trackpad, or even Mouse.
A cool workaround to use Figma on iPadOS using Google Chrome and mouse. It’s not a perfectly smooth experience yet, but getting close!