If photo processing on a smartphone has been quite popular for a long time, then they began to think about the fact that you can also draw on the phone recently. For example, you can now insert a sketch with hand-drawn graphics into Notes. Adobe offers a more professional solution – the Illustrator Draw application with tools familiar to the artist, including pencils, brushes, markers, support for working with layers … But is everything so rosy? To begin with, Apple added the ability to draw in “Notes” when iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus with 4.7 “and 5.5” diagonals were considered relevant, respectively. Perhaps, on such rather large screens, you can really draw with any comfort. But not on smaller displays – like my 5s. Of course, this applies not only to “Notes”, but also to Illustrator Draw, but still let's try to expand on a small screen. First, you are asked to choose a format – essentially the size of the canvas. Already from the available options, it is clear that the main purpose of Illustrator Draw is to draw on iPad, and not on iPhone. We open and see our workspace, where we don't really want to work: the toolbar is not hidden and takes up a third of the screen. The panel with layers can be hidden by clicking on the corresponding icon. The Shapes section has a large number of ready-made objects. If you do not know how to draw, but need to draw something urgently, this will definitely help you. Plus, you don't have to waste time trying to make the circle perfect. Import from Adobe Capture is available, let's try to draw. I first hand painted over the entire canvas to see how well the brush responded to finger movements. The screenshot shows that it is so-so: in the end, the lower left corner has not been painted over, there are several unpainted areas in other places. If you need to make an even fill, then just select the desired color, touch the area that you want to paint over, and hold your finger – everything will be painted over to the border with a different color. Brushes have a lot of settings: color, size, opacity and shape. I believe that a person who knows how to draw could make a good drawing even in such conditions, but this rabbit (yes, this is a rabbit) is perhaps my limit. You can export to desktop applications (Ilustrator, Photoshop) for revision, send to Behance, save .psd or PDF to Creative Cloud, or just as an image to Camera Roll. Overall, Illustrator Draw is an excellent editor, but still not the best app for iPhone, especially those under the 6th generation. It just asks to be set to iPad and used when drawing with a stylus. It can definitely create great images – you just need a bigger screen.