Adobe launches its Lightroom photo-editing software app for Android devices

Adobe launches its Lightroom photo-editing software app for Android devices

Adobe has launched its first its Lightroom photo-editing software app called adobe Lightroom mobile. For apple devices like iPhone and iPad the app is already made available but it is not yet available for any android tablet.

The sync feature has also been given in the app that allows user to send a set of images from the PC to their Lightroom Mobile app so they can edit the images on the go. User can also share those on various social media websites.

According to the company, “Any changes you make in Lightroom Mobile will be automatically synced and updated back to the Lightroom catalog on your desktop.” the app uses Adobe’s Creative Cloud service for the sync process.

The app is available for 30 days trial period for Android users. Users who want full and detailed editing would have to install the latest version 5 of Lightroom app on their PC.

With Adobe Lightroom app user would be able to use all the basic tool such as exposure, highlights, shadows, composure and more.

Here is the minimum requirements for Android devices to run the adobe Lightroom app, a quad-core ARMv7 architecture-based CPU clocked at 1.7GHz, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of inbuilt storage.

The Lightroom app can be used on devices running on android Jelly Bean and later android versions.

For more information about the new app you can visit the official Adobe website here.