Adobe Lightroom Mobile is the – as of now – iPad exclusive version of the popular desktop photo management and editing suite. Part of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite of apps, anyone with a subscription that encompasses Photoshop and Lightroom is able to use Lightroom Mobile for no extra charge on their iPad.
Lightroom Mobile offers a feature packed, yet slimmed down experience designed entirely for the touchscreen environment, Big touch friendly buttons and slider controls make it extremely 'iPad friendly.' Plus, with your Creative Cloud credentials and the latest version of Lightroom 5 on your Mac or Windows PC, you're able to wirelessly sync your photos between your computer and your iPad and back again.
Currently exclusive to the iPad, Adobe has already confirmed that an iPhone version of Lightroom Mobile is coming soon.
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Adobe continues to improve its programs on a regular basis and this month's Lightroom updates truly give new customization control. Here's everything new for Lightroom and Lightroom Classic.
Lightroom for iPad helps you become a better photographer and editor by putting guides and tutorials into widgets.
Adobe Lightroom has now been updated to make the most of Apple's new M1 chips and those that follow it.
Importing photos to your iPad or older iPad Pro is a great way to work on them on the go, but you’ll need some additional hardware.
It's a feature that Apple announced for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 back at WWDC in June, but direct photo import is now supported by Lightroom in December. Better late than never.
Adobe has released a video previewing a brand new import feature for Lightroom on iPad, which will allow users to import photos into Lightroom straight from their camera or memory card.
Adobe has made Lightroom available through the Mac App Store, including the ability to subscribe through Apple.
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