Android/iOS: The Adobe Lightroom app is a handy, free set of digital editing tools. Today, the iPhone gets even more useful with support importing RAW files while the Android version gets a new manual shooting option. RAW support works exactly as you'd expect. Lightroom can now handle importing, editing and saving RAW files, so you'll be able to bring in photos from your camera for editing on the go easily. The update also adds in a new local adjustments feature where you can selectively apply exposure, brightness, clarity and other adjustments to specific parts of a photo. Both new features are only available in the iOS versions at present, but Android support is assumably on the way. Android users are't totally devoid of updates though, as the in-app camera now support a full manual mode that allows you to control shutter speed, ISO, white balance and focus. Both updates are available in their stores right now.
Adobe Lightroom Now Supports RAW Files On iOS, Manual Shooting On Android
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