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January 19, 2014

Adobe Lightroom for iPad is coming

The mobile version of the photo-editing software, Adobe Lightroom, will soon be available to iPad users.

After Photoshop, Adobe will soon release a final version of Lightroom that is specifically built for iPad. With the tagline “Take Lightroom anywhere”, users can soon enjoy the features of desktop Lightroom on mobile.

According to 9to5Mac, Lightroom for Mobile appeared on Abobe’s official website but then removed when they tried to confirm its availability. Early prototype demo on video at the 18:40 mark.

Upcoming features of Lightroom for Mobile includes the ability to manage and edit large photos even RAW files (thanks to the powerful A7 chip), and the cloud storage and syncing via Adobe’s Creative Cloud system. Though, the syncing feature will set back an additional $99 annual fee.


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One Response to “Adobe Lightroom for iPad is coming”

  1. Miss Call says:

    These kinds of productivity applications work way better if used with a 27″ iMac than a 10″ iPad, which was originally touted for media consumption.

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