Adobe has updated its Photoshop Fix and Mix apps for iPhone and iPad, with the apps now intelligently managing how much space your projects take. Both apps have also added support for full-resolution photo imports from Lightroom Mobile, allowing you to go beyond a 2,000 x 2,000 resolution in each app.
Both apps now have the ability to quickly find recently-used photos, and get a project's metadata. Fix and Mix have made it easier to create tutorial with a new "Show touches" option, which will highlight points on your display that your finger touched, allowing you to demonstrate using the apps more clearly.
Fix and Mix have also each introduced features that don't' cross over into the other app. For instance, Mix has added Adobe Stock smart links that automatically update when you license stock images, along with masking improvements for large images. Fix now respects transparency in imported images, and the app's Vignette mode can automatically detect faces and automatically adjusts the vignette around them for emphasis.
You can grab both app updates from the App Store now.
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