Adobe Bolsters Mobile Photo Editing Apps with Raw Support
Adobe today made its mobile photo editing apps far more powerful. Fresh updates to Lightroom for Android, Photoshop Express for iOS, and Lightroom on the web give mobile device users a richer array of tools for manipulating photos on the go. In particular, Lightroom for Android adds support for raw images thanks to the new Raw Technology Preview function. Android device owners will now be able to import raw photos from their camera to their device for editing. Photoshop Express for iOS adds features called Intelligent Layout and Style Transfer for automatically creating collages. Photoshop Express for iOS also gains the ability to select and import images from online Google Photos accounts. Last, Lightroom on the web makes it easier to share photos to various social networks as well as download original-quality images. Lightroom for Android and Photoshop Express for iOS are free to download and use from the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store, respectively. Lightroom on the web is free to use via desktop browsers online.
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