One of the illustration applications the most complete available today for the iPad is Procreate, an application which, thanks to the care taken by its developers, continually receives new functions, some adapting to the new functionalities that Apple implements in its devices.
Procreate has just announced that it has updated the iPad app to be fully compatible with iPad Pro 2021 with M1 processor,
While it’s true that an update for this app was released last month, it didn’t take advantage of the power of Apple’s new M1. According to the developer’s claim, Procreate for the iPad Pro 2021 offers a up to 4 times higher performance In addition, it allows working with up to 115 layers simultaneously in an image at 4K resolution at 132 DPI.
Unlike other applications available for the iPad, Procreate does not require a subscription to be able to use it. We only have to pay 10.99 dollars to get it. It also offers Procreate Pocket, a version designed for the iPhone at a price of 5.49 dollars.
As the company announced last month, the next updates the app receives will include functions related to augmented reality and better support for accessibility.
If you have made Procreate an indispensable tool in your work your current iPad is lacking a bit of power, it might not be a bad idea to consider buying the new 2021 iPad Pro, be it the 11-inch or the 12.9-inch. You have to keep in mind that the only model that has a mini-LED display is the 12.9-inch model.