Adobe has updated its Lightroom app for iPhone and iPad, which can now start editing photos from your camera roll with just a couple of taps, rather than importing an image through a mutli-step process. The app has also made improvements to image sorting.
Lightroom 2.3 contains the following changes:
- New: Access and edit a photo from your Camera Roll faster. Select, edit in Lr, and share from your Camera Roll in fewer steps.
- Updated: Sorting made easier. Now, change the custom sort order regardless of your grid sorting view.
- Improved: Various bug and crash fixes.
You can grab Lightroom 2.3 for iPhone and iPad from the App Store now.
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