With Adobe Photoshop for iPad you’ll get two crucial new tools — the smudge and sponge tools — that haven’t been available on desktop versions of the app until now.
The Smudge Tool is designed to help blur and blend colors and comes with all of the same settings as the eraser. It’s an extremely useful tool that can help you fix a lot of errors in an image.
Additionally, Adobe also released a new version of Premiere Pro for Mac that includes improved video quality for exports in HEVC formats for DCI 4K and 8K. With the new update, all M1 Macs now work with hardware-accelerated exports for these formats, which Adobe says will result in “significantly faster performance”.
You can get more speed from your computer, but Adobe is offering hardware acceleration for ProRes videos on the M1 Max and M1 Pro chips in the latest MacBook Pro laptops. Windows users with integrated Intel GPUs will get a boost, with improvements to video playback, too.