FiftyThree has just announced another part of its plan with Adobe to continue offering Creative Cloud integration.

FiftyThree makes the popular Paper drawing app, as well as a Bluetooth stylus called Pencil, and it wants to hook users of both products into Adobe's ecosystem. The company first updated Paper in November with Adobe Creative Cloud integration, which included the ability to export drawings to Adobe Cloud Storage or directly to Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC on desktop.

And now Pencil is receiving a similar upgrade in order to support Adobe's Illustrator Line and Photoshop Sketch apps. The idea is that you will be able to start drafting in Paper, with your Pencil stylus, and then move over to your favourite Adobe apps or desktop program to complete your creative project. Pencil already supports many other non-Adobe apps, however, such as Sketchbook.

According to FiftyThree, the integration of Pencil functionality in Adobe's Illustrator Line and Photoshop Sketch apps is unique because it'll give you "the freedom to express ideas seamlessly on iPad with full stylus and touch support".

Paper is a free app in Apple's App Store, while Pencil starts at $39.95. Adobe Creative Cloud plans start at $9.99 a month.

READ: Hands-on: FiftyThree Pencil review

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