Adobe Lightroom is Now Available for Android Smartphones with Snipped Features

January 16, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu

Finally, we have the photo-editing software from Adobe making its touchdown on the Android devices, but not all of them.

Adobe’s Lightroom will be available only for Android smartphones, with the tablet versions promised to be rolled out soon.

The app has also gone through a makeover for the Android device, with a reduced offering than what we have seen in the iPad versions. The mobile version will not be featuring the entire tools as seen for the Apple tablet version and will include only the basic essentials.

Adobe lightroom

There will also be the absence of purchased or created presets. However, options like color temperature, exposure, highlights and contrast are available.

Adobe has stated that work is on for enhanced support on the Android mobile version, but there’s no word as to when the app will be coming with the added features.

Adobe Lightroom will also require the Creative Cloud subscription for it to run on your device, although not requiring the full membership package. Images can also be synced with the Light room 5.4 on your PC or Mac, allowing you to work on your smartphone imageries even from those devices.

Adobe has recommended a storage space of 8 GB in your internal storage. Note that the requirement is of you internal storage and not to be supplemented with your SD cards. There is also the requirement of a 1.7 GHz quad core processor, which will make the app run on devices running Android 4.1 OS variant  or higher.

The app is now available for free download on the Play Store, with the tablet version and future updates expected to be hitting out soon.

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