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Adobe Releases Lightroom to Android phones
Adobe has released Lightroom photo software for Android. Owners of Lightroom can subscribe on their Android phone now view and edit pictures and it is possible to upload photos automatically to the Adobe servers.
Operations that make users pictures are automatically synchronized with the Adobe server promises the company. Users can adapt and add more filters, manipulating brightness and white balance. Also taken pictures can be assessed and found to be unworthy rejected photos. Photos taken with the Android phone user can be automatically synchronized with the Adobe server.
Although the app can be downloaded free of charge, must be entered into a subscription after a trial period of thirty days; the cheapest Creative Cloud subscription costs 12 euros per month. For that money, users also get access to the desktop versions of CC Photoshop and Lightroom.
Remarkably, the application only works on phones, not on Android tablets. Adobe previously came with a Lightroom app for the iPad; possibly a version for Android tablets follows later. Adobe has been offering Photoshop apps for Android, including the free Photoshop Express and paid Photoshop Touch.Viewing:-136
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