Adobe Photoshop Sketch brings inspiration, expressive drawing, and your creative community together in one place on your iPad or iPad Pro. Turn your ideas into sketches and share them on Behance for instant feedback. Sketch gives you the freedom to find inspiration, explore ideas, and get feedback from trusted peers—wherever you are.

General information

Sketch for iPad, iPad Pro, iPhone, Android device, and Chromebook is available as a free download through the iTunes App Store and Google Play.

Sketch is currently available in English, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Polish.

Visit the Sketch page on the iTunes App Store or Google Play for the most up-to-date system requirements.

No. Sketch is built to work with Adobe Ink and Slide, but you don’t have to own this hardware in order to use Sketch. You can draw in Sketch using your finger or another stylus and the built-in digital ruler.

Yes. In addition to support for Ink, Sketch also supports the latest pressure-sensitive pens from Wacom, Pencil by FiftyThree, and Apple Pencil.

Apple Pencil is the only stylus that Sketch supports on the iPad Pro.

You need either a free or paid Creative Cloud membership. If you’re not already a member, you can sign up for a free Creative Cloud membership. If you're using a Google Chromebook, create an Adobe ID if you don't have one and then login.

You can learn more about Sketch using these resources:

Use one or more of the following helpful resources:

  1. Log in to Sketch.

  2. Tap the  icon in the upper-left corner of the screen.

  3. Select View Tutorials.


You can also submit feedback and questions from within the mobile app:

  1. Log in to Sketch.

  2. Click the  icon in the upper-left of the screen.

  3. Select Send Feedback.

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Using Adobe Photoshop Sketch

Yes. If you created drawings in Illustrator Line, all of your drawings are available in Sketch. You can import them by tapping Settings > Import Projects.

You can group sketches into projects. Within a project, you can reorder the sketches or rename the project.

  • To add a new project, tap the + icon located on the left bar. A new project with five blank 
To edit a project, tap the Edit icon located on top of the project bar.
  • Tap the name to rename the project.
  • Drag the handles to reorder the drawings within the project.

Watercolor brushes are available on the following devices:

  • iPad Pro
  • iPad Mini 2
  • iPad Mini 3
  • iPad Mini 4
  • iPad Air
  • iPad Air 2

Watercolor brushes are not available in Sketch on the iPad 2, iPad 3, or iPad 4.

  1. In a project, tap the Edit icon.
  2. Tap a sketch to select it. You can also select multiple sketches.
  3. Tap the Delete icon.

  1. From the project banner, tap the Share icon.
  2. Tap Continue to Share. Drawings from the current project are displayed.
  3. Tap Edit to add or remove drawings. You can also add other files from Creative Cloud, Camera Roll, or even take a picture using the camera. Tap Continue.
  4. Select a cover image and tap Continue.
  5. Enter the information and tap Publish.

You can now use perspective grids and graph grids from Line in Sketch.

Follow these steps to access grids:

  1. Tap the shapes icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.
  2. Select the Settings icon by tapping the wrench icon.
  3. In the Settings menu, tap Enable Grids.
  4. Tap the left-arrow graphic to close the Settings menu.
  5. Tap anywhere on the screen to close the Shape menu.
  6. Tap the gridded square in the lower-left corner of the screen to select Two Point Perspective or Graph Grids.

You can use Color themes created using the Adobe Color app to specify the color for each drawing tool.

  1. Tap a brush in the toolbar.
  2. Tap the Color circle to open the Color Themes panel.
  3. Select My Library to display the color themes you created and saved to your Creative Cloud libraries.
  4. Tab Change Library to select a specific Creative Cloud library.

You can add brushes to Creative Cloud Libraries using the Adobe Brush CC app. These brushes can be used in Adobe Photoshop Sketch.

  1. Long press any brush in the toolbar to launch the list of brushes available in Sketch.
  2. Select My Library from the menu options to view the list of custom brushes you created and saved to your Creative Cloud libraries.
  3. Tap Change Library to select a different Creative Cloud library.
  4. Once you've located the brush you want to use, tap it to place it on your toolbar.

You can download an asset from Creative Cloud Market, add it to a Library, and place it on your drawing.

  1. Tap the Add Image icon.
  2. Choose Market.
  3. Browse locate an asset and then tap Download.
  4. Choose a Creative Cloud Library. You can also create a library.
  5. Tap Open. The asset is placed in your drawing.
You can adjust the layer opacity using the opacity sliders on the layers.

To send a project/drawing to Creative Cloud:

  1. Tap the Share icon at the top of the screen.
  2. Tap Send to Creative Cloud.
The file will be uploaded to your Creative Cloud Libraries.

If required, you can send a drawing to Photoshop CC or Illustrator CC for further editing or finishing.

  1. Tap Share.
  2. Tap Send to Photoshop or Send to Illustrator.
Photoshop or Illustrator will launch and open the drawing. You must be signed in to Creative Cloud for desktop, and have the appropriate app installed on your computer.

  1. Tap the Sketch icon in the upper-left corner of the screen to launch the Settings menu.
  2. Select Settings > Preferences.
  3. From the Preferences menu, select the toolbar location—left or right—to set the position of your drawing toolbar.

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