Adobe has updated their Adobe Photoshop Lightroom app which now has an Android Native interface making it much easier to use.
They’ve completely redesigned the Android app’s interface from the ground up. No new features have been added but, with this recent update, the app is a lot easier to navigate and use from your Android tablet or smartphone.
Another notable update in version 3.0 of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Android is added support for ACR 9.12 cameras and lenses. This includes support for even the most advanced smartphone cameras such as what you’d find on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, and Google Pixel for example. Click here to view an updated list of all supported cameras by Adobe Lightroom Mobile. Some additional app stability improvements have also been made.
For those of you who may not have used Adobe Photoshop Lightroom mobile on your Android device before, it’s a powerful photo editing tool with plenty of great features and capabilities. For instance, you can snap amazing photos with the app’s built-in Adobe camera which you can then edit, add filters, and apply powerful one-tap presets to.
You can add the wow factor to your photos by selecting from a number of included presets, or create your own presets for later use for consistency with your images. Although not required, with an Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan you will also have the ability to access and share your original or edited photos from any mobile device, desktop, or MAC computer. Adobe also offers a trial period for their Creative Cloud Photography plan if you’d like to give it a test drive first before committing to a plan.
To download and install Adobe Photoshop Lightroom on your Android smartphone or tablet just click the button below to get it from the Google Play Store.