Right now, it's only possible to send vector art from Draw to the desktop. Your request is a popular one though... and I think the team is starting to look at how it might be incorporated into the app.
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You can't import the editable vector data from illustrator CC, but you probably don't need to.
Check out illustrator CC (older?) Smooth tool
or you can use the sledgehammer 'Simplify' command.
The reason I ask is because I was watching a tutorial on how to smooth the edges of a vector and the woman in the video was using a tablet of some sort with a stylus and it was the desktop image of Illustrator.
By any chance was she on a Surface Pro? It's the one device that has almost-complete versions of Illustrator and Photoshop CC.
it's possible that the demo showed use of the Wacom Cintiq
There is also a software/app bridge called AstroPad which is fun for Photoshop. I haven't tried illustrator with it.
I honestly am not too sure, I know that it looked like the desktop version exactly. I have only played around in Illustrator a little, as I am more fammiliar with InDesign and Photoshop. I just bought an iPad pro though because I thought I would be able to edit the vectors in on the iPad.
Can anyone tell me more about the AstroPad? I just looked it up and it seems legitimate! What is Wacom Cintiq?