Storehouse update makes it easier to import photos with Adobe Creative Cloud integration

Along with all the Adobe Creative Cloud news today, Storehouse announced that its app can now pull in and import photos from Adobe's cloud through the Lightroom Collections. This makes it easy for iPhone and iPad users to pull in photos and images that were edited on a Mac or PC using Lightroom. Once imported, you can use those photos to create visually stunning stories using Storehouse.

To do so, you must download the latest update to Storehouse on the App Store:

This update, which is now available on the App Store, lets you import photos directly into Storehouse from the Lightroom Collections you have synced through your Adobe Creative Cloud account.

Here is the full change log from the update, which is at version 1.5.2:

  • Adobe Lightroom & Creative Cloud support

  • Ability to see if a person follows you from their profile

  • Video support in the Share extension

  • Several performance and stability improvements

  • A much more stable media picker when adding photos and videos to a story

  • Other bug fixes

What do you think of the Lightroom Collections integration? Does cloud integration with Adobe make it easier for you to use Storehouse to create your visual narrative?

Source: Storehouse

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