Webflow support on iPad Pro

guys why can we use webflow on iPad 12.9 pro? the screen is big enough the processing power is more than enough the resolution is higher than most laptops out there...if it is just because the UI is not designed for touch....well we don't need touch support apple pencil or any Bluetooth mouse will work on iPad just fine. Please let us use webflow on tablets.

  • Filip Sipos
  • Jun 22 2017
  • Franky Pixels commented
    15 Sep, 2022 08:02pm

    This is a no-brainer. So much advertising about how Webflow beats Wordpress… it doesn’t beat Wordpress in the range of devices you can use to manage your site. I love Webflow but I need to be able to make hot edits/fixes in transit sometimes. Or at the coffee shop when I only bring my pad… etc.

  • New Moral Perception commented
    31 Jul, 2022 05:22pm

    Webconf please make it happen 😀👍

  • Yousif Cheikh commented
    26 Apr, 2022 12:19am

    need this!!

  • Paulo Moura commented
    25 Mar, 2022 04:08pm

    I don’t understand why Webflow still does not support copy>paste on iPad.

    It makes no sense and it’s a dealbreaker. Any upcomin updates?

  • Alessandro Spano commented
    24 Oct, 2021 09:58pm

    Please add copy and paste on iPad. At least with the magic keyboard.

  • Gavi Ravi commented
    17 Oct, 2021 10:20am

    Need webfor support for iPad as fast as possibl :)) Even with the Magic Keyboard it would make sense now…

  • Alan Kemsley commented
    3 Jul, 2021 08:27pm

    You can already use Webflow on iPads with a keyboard and mouse, you just need to “Request Desktop Site”. Although there are a couple of little annoyances (such as having to scroll the sidebar by clicking and draggin the scrollbar). There is only one fuction that I know of that is not available on iPad, and that is copying and pasting elements.

  • Miklos Obrusanszki commented
    23 Jun, 2021 03:27pm

    This would be amazing. Lots of little problems but if anyone can do it its the Webflow team. The fact that its desktop safari should mean its atleast in the pipeline for a future update I’d hope!

  • Guillaume Nozon commented
    15 Apr, 2021 06:26pm

    I‘m crying : copy-paste is impossible on ipad pro. I can’t believe it...

  • Chris Erickson commented
    26 Jan, 2021 01:49am

    Kind of no reason for this at all - The new iPad Pro ships with trackpad and keyboard. I understand that Webflow wasn't made for use with touchscreen, but the touchscreen doesn't need to be used in Webflow.

  • Alex Roman commented
    14 Jan, 2021 04:59pm

    im thinking of returning my ipad pro becuase i cant use webflow.. if apple only made tough screen macbooks.. smh

  • Dejan commented
    29 Dec, 2020 05:16pm

    Being able to design and refine from a park bench? Yes please!!
    This would truly be amazing

  • Renato Požgan commented
    14 Sep, 2020 01:06am

    i can design but i can’t scrools when tabs are open and can’t change dimensions eather .plz make it compatible we need this feature

  • Rob Day commented
    26 Jul, 2020 11:31pm

    Yes please! This would be a game changer for me - I’m using my iPad Pro more and more now that I have a trackpad and keyboard. I can edit wordpress websites - but I want to edit my Webflow sites!

  • Hector Velez commented
    9 Jul, 2020 11:06am

    WebFlow + iPad Pro is a must! It will make the workflow so much better!

  • Chris Erickson commented
    27 Jun, 2020 07:17pm

    I know touch support is a challenge for the Designer, but now that iPad Pro has a trackpad and mouse support, can this not be resolved somehow?

  • Doctr K commented
    28 May, 2020 02:56am

    Yess pleaseee, this would speed up my project by soo many degrees pleasee let us use it on iPad Pro!! There is absolutely no logical reason you guys should hold that back, as OP mentions the hardware is capable of handling muchh more than whatever webflow requires, Safari supports desktop browsing on iPadOS and webflow with keyboard and trackpad support on the new iOS actually works pretty well so the foundation is already naturally there, it just requires a bit of optimization! And with how well webflow is optimized for desktop use already compared to other web design engines, you guys can cleanly pull it off on iPadOS I have no doubt.

  • Anastasia Naumova commented
    3 May, 2020 11:39am

    If not full support, I would like, at least, an option to access CMS and add/edit items from iPad mini or mobile phone

  • Amai Rawiri commented
    25 Apr, 2020 10:55pm


  • MJ Ambrose commented
    17 Apr, 2020 07:20pm

    Totally agree. It’s a big reason I haven’t really tested Webflow yet – I can do most things on my iPad (including edit, to some degree, Squarespace and Wix sites, but I can’t do anything with Webflow on my iPad at this point. It’s a bummer because it seems like it’s a great platform.

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