Adobe Lightroom Comes To Android Phones

Adobe Lightroom Comes To Android Phones
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Android: As part of its Creative Cloud suite, Adobe released a Lightroom companion app for iOS phones and tablets. Now, Android is catching up with a version of the app for phones.

The app allows you to do many of the same things Lightroom can do on the desktop. You can adjust raw files, edit colour temperature, adjust basic levels and plenty more. The app syncs to Lightroom on the desktop and requires a subscription. There are several Creative Cloud memberships that qualify, so if you have one, it’s a no-brainer to check it out. Users who aren’t already subscribed can try it out for 30 days.

Lightroom Mobile [Google Play Store via Android Police]

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  • I hope this isn’t as bad as the iOS version. That one does some crazy dodgy things to my internet/wireless network over night. Floods the network with *something*, causing the latency to jump from 24ms to ~2000ms, uninstalled Lightroom and all went back to normal…

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