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Adobe Releases Lightroom for Android

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Adobe recently announced the release of Lightroom for Android, which means that professional photographers and Instagram aficionados alike will be able to beautifully render their images on the go. The release to mobile makes up one part of the Creative Cloud Photography plan, which means that, with an Adobe ID, the changes you make on your phone or tablet will be accessible on all platforms.

Lightroom will also let you sync your photos with the Lightroom web or post them to Facebook and Twitter after editing them with tools such as “crop, adjust color and tone, add clarity and vibrance, apply presets, flag and rate your images, and more.” The UI will be just as accessible on tablets, as well.

You can download it on Google Play and check out more here.

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