While Adobe Illustrator CS4's most compelling new feature--pseudo-multipage support--can be frustrating to use, overall it makes CS4 a worthwhile upgrade for current users.
Two flagship design programs now support Apple's high-resolution displays for Creative Cloud subscribers. Support is coming later for those who paid for traditional software licenses.
Though it remains an excellent vector drawing tool, there's not a lot in Adobe Illustrator CS3 to compel CS2 users to upgrade.
The few new features it adds definitely make Illustrator a more powerful drawing tool.
A set of new features restricted to users of the Adobe Creative Cloud has launched.
Vector graphics buffs will find this Illustrator upgrade worthwhile, especially to work with SVG-t art for mobile devices.
Illustrator is a must-have tool for professionals who generate vector graphics for print and the Web. Version 10.0's new symbols support makes it a worthwhile upgrade.
Adobe keeps Illustrator CS the top dog in the field of professional drawing tools.
Illustrator 9 bugs and problems
Illustrator 9.0.1 Update is out