Elgato, now a subsidiary of Corsair, has announced Stream Deck XL and Stream Deck Mobile. Stream Deck XL is a new, larger version of its original Stream Deck, while Stream Deck Mobile is an iOS app that emulates the Stream Deck experience on your iPhone or iPad.

Stream Deck XL

The Stream Deck XL features 32 keys (8x4), more than double that of the 15 keys (5x3) the original Stream Deck had. Like the original Stream Deck though, the Stream Deck XL features the same functionality, with the ability to customize the various shortcuts and macros you need to streamline your video or photo editing workflow, thanks to built-in support for various post-production applications including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere and more.
The unit measures 182cm x 112cm x 34cm (7.17in x 4.41in x 1.34in) and fixes two of the biggest complaints we had in our review of the original Stream Deck: it now has a much more sturdy stand and it features a detachable USB-A to USB-C braided cable that measures 1.5m (60in). Not only is the 45-degree stand more robust, it's also magnetic, making it an easy snap-on, snap-off for when you want to move it around and lay it flat on a desk.
The Stream Deck XL is available to purchase for $249.95.

Stream Deck software update

Elgato has also announced an update to its Stream Deck software (version 4.3) for macOS and Windows. The update now adds support for new programs, more customizability options and addresses various bugs. It is available to download from Elgato's download page.

Stream Deck Mobile

If you don't want to buy a physical Stream Deck, you can now have similar functionality using your iOS device. Elgato has taken the custom shortcut experience and brought it to iOS via a new app called Stream Deck Mobile. As its name suggests, the app brings the Stream Deck experience to your smartphone by creating a collection of shortcuts accessible and triggered via your iOS device.
There's no word on whether Elgato plans on making an Android version, but on iOS, the app is available to download and use for free as a three-day trial. After the trial, you can opt to pay either $2.99 per month or $25 per year for the full experience.