The features available in VRoid Studio for iPad are basically the same as those in the Windows and macOS versions.
However, some specifications and operation methods differ between the iPad version and the Windows & macOS versions.
This article will explain those differences.
VRoid Studio for iPad supports the Apple Pencil.
If the keyboard doesn't appear when you touch input fields such as color values or item names with an Apple Pencil, please refer to the following article.
▼When I touch the input field with my Apple Pencil in VRoid Studio for iPad, the keyboard doesn't pop up
VRoid Studio for iPad supports touch gestures.
For more information, see the article below.
▼I want to learn more about touch gestures in VRoid Studio for iPad
You can set up palm rejection on VRoid Studio for iPad.
Palm rejection is a feature on touch-sensitive devices that prevents the device from mistakenly registering the touch of a hand or finger as an input on the device's touchscreen.
By using this feature, you can draw correctly with your Apple Pencil, even while your fingers are touching the iPad screen.
For instructions on how to set up palm rejection, please refer to the following article.
▼How to set up palm rejection on VRoid Studio for iPad
Undo & Redo Count
The number of times you can undo and redo actions in VRoid Studio for iPad is reduced compared to the Windows and macOS versions to save memory.
Auto-save for Models Being Edited
VRoid Studio for iPad has a feature that automatically saves models being edited when switching to another app or transitioning to specific screens.
Models that have never been given a name are saved as "Untitled".
If you want to change the name of an auto-saved model or move it to a different folder, go to the model's save location by tapping "Open the folder location" from the model's menu on the model selection screen.