Adobe Carousel hits the App Store

Adobe has released their photo management and editing app Adobe Carousel, today. With Adobe Carousel, you can keep an updated photo library on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It even comes with some basic editing tools to help improve the look of your images.

One of the other big features of Adobe Carousel is the ability to create a family photo library for sharing photos with family so that they can contribute their own photos and vote on favorites.

After the 30 day free trial, Adobe Carousel requires a paid subscription for $9.99/month or $99.99/year. However, Adobe is currently offering a special for $5.99/month or $59.99/year.

Adobe® Carousel is the only photography solution that gives you access to your entire photo library from all your iPad, iPhone, and Mac—no storage issues, no manual syncing hassles. Enjoy your photos anywhere you are, and make them look terrific using the same powerful photo-processing technology that's used in Adobe Photoshop® Lightroom®, so you get the finest photo-editing results delivered consistently no matter what type of device you are using. Create the ultimate family photo hub by sharing a photo library with family members to contribute shots and weigh in on favorites.

  • Don’t sweat storage limits or suffer syncing—just enjoy the freedom to browse your entire photo library or show off any shot on any device you have handy. Simply add photos to your Adobe Carousel photo library on your iPad, iPhone, or Mac, and you’ll instantly have access to them in Adobe Carousel on your other iPad, iPhone, and Mac devices.
  • Easily crop, rotate, adjust exposure, and make other corrections, or lend your photos serious style with unique Looks. Experiment with wild abandon knowing Adobe Carousel always preserves your original photo.
  • Create a family photo library without the hassle of sending emails, handing off drives, and trying to figure out which photos to touch up or use in special projects. Simply invite family members to add photos to your library via their own Adobe Carousel apps, and let them flag their favorites so everyone can quickly find the best-loved shots.
  • Use familiar multitouch gestures to easily explore tens of thousands of photos or quickly find and fill the screen with one great shot.
  • Simplify your life. A subscription lets you use Adobe Carousel on all iPad, iPhone, and Mac, and you can accomplish the same tasks in virtually the same ways on every iPad, iPhone, and Mac.
  • Share those moments that matter by sending your photos straight from Adobe Carousel to Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
  • Snap new photos right from Adobe Carousel on your iPhone or iPad, and they’ll instantly appear in your photo library on all your devices. No manual importing required!
  • Take advantage of WiFi and 3G technologies to use Adobe Carousel anywhere you want.
  • Export photos from Adobe Carousel to your hard drive so you can use other apps and services to create your own photo books, calendars, and keepsakes.
  • Import, edit, and share all your JPEGs, the most common file format for photos.

Adobe Carousel is available on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac for free.

[App Store link]

[Mac App Store link]

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Leanna Lofte

Former app and photography editor at iMore, Leanna has since moved on to other endeavors. Mother, wife, mathamagician, even though she no longer writes for iMore you can still follow her on Twitter @llofte.

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Might actually be useful to photographers if it supported RAW or DNG file formats. Oh well maybe someday

Wow this looks like a good application, And I'm not going to jump on the bandwagon of anti-adobe silliness, I don't see the purpose. Photo stream and other applications are available which do this for free. Why would I overpay at Adobe for something which I can get elsewhere for free?

Very nice editing interface but NO. Carousels do not make sense. albums that are Private, Shareable and Public is what is needed. I don't want to share every picture I own and I don't want to put all my pictures in 5 buckets (carousels). Fail.
As for the guy who claims Adobe is crap, move on your comments are useless. Adobe has fabulous products millions use everyday.