Learn about new features and enhancements in the December 2021 release of Photoshop on the iPad (version 3.2)
While working on a creative design on your iPad, do you want to create the effect of a finger running through wet paint? Do you want to smudge lines in your artwork? Do you want to blend colors in your images? Then look no further!
Use the Smudge tool, a blending tool now available in Photoshop on the iPad, to smudge lines and colors. Use the Apple Pencil for best results, or even your finger.
To work with the Smudge tool, do the following:
Brush over the image area where you want to smudge or blend the colors.
To learn more, check out Smudge areas in your images with Photoshop on the iPad.
The Sponge tool, a retouching solution, is now available in Photoshop on the iPad.
Use it to achieve your desired vibrancy and shade of colors, saturate or desaturate areas, and intensify or remove color.
To work with the Sponge tool, do the following:
To learn more, check out Saturate or desaturate areas of your image with the Sponge tool.
Adjust the white balance in your Camera Raw images while working in Photoshop for the iPad.
Follow these steps to do so:
To learn more, see Achieve white balance in Camera Raw images.
Photoshop on the iPad has added labels to the tool icons, which are visible when you hover over them. This way you can see what the icons mean.
To learn more, see View labels for tool icons in the workspace.
This month's update brings enhancements and fixes for some customer-reported issues.
For detailed information, see Fixed issues in Photoshop.