by Rafael Rivera . January 19th, 2015
Android fans have found yet another reason to rejoice! Adobe Lightroom is now available for Android. Through the app, users can take photos on the fly, make basic corrections like basic presets and crop, adjust highlights and shadows, and then be able to sync the photos with their desktop counterparts. Those who have experienced the iOS version should feel right at home.
The Lightroom Mobile App is available for free but requires you to have a Creative Cloud subscription and a desktop version of the software to make the magic happen.
The folks at Android Central have released a video showing just what the app can do for you.
While it only gives you access to basic presets, the app does allow you to clean up your files so that you only need to make finishing touches by the time you work on them via desktop. The tool had been optimized for smartphones; tablet users will have to wait for another version that’s more fitting for their device.
Below are the system requirements for the Adobe Lightroom App:
Processor: Quad Core CPU with 1.7 GHZ ARMv7 architecture
RAM: 1 GB
Internal Storage: 8 GB
Android Version: Jellybean, KitKat, or Lollipop
If you want to find out more about the app, you can visit its Google Play page.
Rafael Rivera makes a living by writing articles for the web, He started doing photography back in college and has fallen in love with the medium since.
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