San Jose-based software company, Adobe Systems, has always managed to revamp multimedia and creativity products for designers, marketing industry, and other domains that depend on visuals. Its most popular collection of products is Adobe Creative Suite which was recently updated to its modern version of Adobe Creative Cloud. As of recently, the company decided to rework on one of its most popular mobile services, Android Lightroom.
Android Lightroom Has a Completely New User Interface
Lightroom is probably the most suitable application coming from Adobe for smartphones and iPhones. While the platform can’t support big changes such as Adobe Photoshop can by doctoring all kinds of pictures, it practices non-destructive edits. This photo processor and organizer allows retouching, viewing, and organizing any number of digital pictures. These simple yet useful features are perfect for smartphone owners and their image collections.
As of Tuesday, Adobe Systems rolled out retouches for its iOS and Android versions of Lightroom. While iPhones and iPads received support for selective brushes, interface update, and a brand new details tab, there were bigger plans in store for Android gadgets. They now host a completely redesigned application.
The company decided to offer Android the same care it usually offers to iOS owners. The result is the biggest revamp Adobe has ever done for this mobile operating system. Lightroom now feels faster, more efficient, and more adapted to the Android framework.
“Every screen has been redesigned with the goal of ensuring a natural, native Android experience while providing the highest quality mobile photo editing app ever.”
As a result, Android Lightroom users will feel that their application belongs to this operating system only. The user interface was recreated from zero to render ideal experience. On top of that, the update also took care of the most essential part of the phone for its activity, namely the camera. The software offers now support for latest lenses and cameras from the ACR 9.12 release.
Most of the features remained free of charge. However, those who really wish for a sync between multiple devices, they need to create a Create Cloud account.
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