Previously on on the iPad, the app brings more than 30 desktop-class color adjustments options to Apple’s handset. Users can also open and edit more than 600 RAW image formats including Apple ProRAW.
The app also features the ability to edit photos with non-destructive presets inspired by film photography.
To remove unwanted objects, there is an object removal tool.
Machine learning technology allows you to automatically enhance photos and reduce camera noise and more. The Denoise feature is also in the updated app on iPad.
On both the iPhone and iPad, users can enjoy a new Photos Library browser that allows you to quickly jump into edits with a few taps.
You can download the app for $3.99 on the App Store now for a limited time. After the sale, it will be $7.99.