Starting with Adobe Draw 2.0, the Wacom Intuos stylus is supported.
Hope that helps,
does........it work on the iPad Air 2...... that's my question.... and i spent over $90 for the adonit jot touch with pixel point and it's performance is pretty shoddy.... does the latest Adobe Draw 2.0 support this pen?
I have a Wacom Creative Stylus 1 and an iPad air 2 and it works flawlwssly.
as far as the creative stylus 2 I haven't bought one yet because people have said that it doesn't work as good and looses connection more, but that may not entirely be from the hardware... I know for a fact that my stylus works really well with adobe apps but other drawing apps it has a very difficult time connecting, but as far as actual use of the pen after it connects seems fine to me. I would love to upgrade to a version wacom stylus because the 1 eats batteries like crazy but I am going to wait a bit.
Also I should note that adobe's website says it supports the jot pixel point and jot touch and of course the slide, I did not read anything about the wacom ones though.
Hope this helps.
While Adobe Draw does support the WCS2, the stylus does not work well, at least with the iPad Air 2. (After releasing the Stylus last year, they have since changed the product description to say it is NOT supported on the Air 2.) Apparently, The iPad Air 2 has different screen technology that the newest bluetooth styli don't seem to work well with.
I still use the WCS1, while the WSC2 is a $100 paperweight on my desk.