DaVinci Resolve is a powerful and popular tool for audio and video editing as well as color grading, color correction, and addition of visual effects. BlackMagic Design offers a free version of the software with a lot of the same features included in the commercial DaVinci Resolve Studio edition.

Up until now, DaVinci Resolve has been available for Windows, Mac and Linux. But now that Apple makes iPads that are just as powerful as some of the company’s laptop and desktop computers, BlackMagic has announced that DaVinci Resolve is coming to iPads by the end of the year.

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