Adobe Lightroom for iPad

Adobe Lightroom for iPad

By Adobe Inc.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2014-04-08
  • Current Version: 5.2.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 208.38 MB
  • Developer: Adobe Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.3 or later.
Score: 4.73388
4.73388
From 11,521 Ratings

Description

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a free, powerful, yet intuitive photo editor. Lightroom empowers you to create beautiful photos while helping you become a better photographer. Learn how below. FREE FEATURES • PRESETS: Make dramatic changes to your photos with our single touch photo editor • PROFILES: Use these one-tap miracles to create visually striking changes to the look-and-feel of your photo edits • CURVES: Make advanced photo edits to change color, exposure, tone, and contrast • COLOR MIXER: Refine and tweak colors on your photo to make them pop • CLARITY, TEXTURE & DEHAZE: Breathe life into your photo edits with these industry-leading tools • INTERACTIVE TUTORIALS: Get inspired and learn how to make the photo edits you want by completing step-by-step lessons curated by fellow photographers • PRO-LEVEL CAMERA: Unlock your phone’s potential with unique controls such as exposure, aperture, wide or telephoto lens, instant presets and more • CUTTING-EDGE CAMERA MODES: Get more detailed shots with advanced capture modes such as raw, professional, and HDR • ORGANIZE & MANAGE: Use folders, albums, star ratings and flags to highlight your best photos PREMIUM FEATURES Take your photography to the next level with Lightroom Premium! Upgrade to unlock powerful tools and features like the healing hrush, selective edits, geometry, storage, Adobe Sensei, and more. • HEALING BRUSH: Take complete control of your image by removing just about anything from your photo • SELECTIVE ADJUSTMENTS: Precisely edit any part of a photo with your finger or Apple Pencil to apply enhancements with exact detail • GEOMETRY: Create super clean shots with straight lines by adjusting the perspective of your image with powerful upright and geometry slider tools • RAW EDITING: Import raw photos from your DSLR or mirrorless camera to your phone allowing you to edit them anywhere • BATCH EDITING: Easily edit photos in large albums and get consistent looks by copying your favorite edits across photos • ADOBE SENSEI: Harness the power of artificial intelligence to auto tag and organize your photos based on the objects or people in them. A quick search for “mountains” or “Maria” will surface all the photos with those elements in them • CREATIVE CLOUD STORAGE: Back up your original photos and edits to access them on other devices and on web - If you are on an iPad, be sure to download “Adobe Lightroom for iPad” Premium (Optional in-app purchase) The recurring monthly payment is automatically charged to your iTunes account. To stop service, go to account Settings and turn off auto-renew at least 24-hours before the end of your billing period. Prorating is unavailable — when you turn off auto-renew, service will continue until the end of that month’s billing period. Fine Print You must be 13 or older and agree to Adobe’s terms and privacy policy: http://www.adobe.com/go/terms_linkfree http://www.adobe.com/go/privacy_policy_linkfree Use of Adobe mobile apps and online services requires registration for a free Adobe ID as part of a free Creative Cloud membership. Adobe online services require an Internet connection, are not available in all countries or languages, and may be subject to change or discontinuation without notice.

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Reviews

  • Best thing out there, but still needs work

    4
    By JamesDaHall
    I’ve been using Lightroom for iPad for about a year now, and it has made my photography workflow so much more enjoyable, and efficient. However it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. There are a lot of features that this app is missing that are a a true shame. One of the biggest issues that I’ve had with it is the general way that Adobe seems to treat iPad users like kids playing on a toy, and not creative professionals leveraging the latest in technology. Perfect example of this, if you are a paid Adobe creative cloud user, and you try to sync a file from your desktop to your iPad so that you can work on it, it will not come over in full res, in fact the only way that I’ve seen to introduce files in full quality to the iPad Lightroom workflow is by a direct import. Speaking of which, while I have nothing but praise for adobe in adding this highly demanded feature, they’ve not done a great job at maintaining it. At the time of this writing, the ‘new’ simplified way of adding photos to Lightroom on the iPad has not been updated to work on iPad OS 13.5 There are a lot of other little things like this throughout, Apple Pencil for example technically works in this app, but due to the way they process inputs it will make the process of working with it feel much lower, and actually less precise than just using your fingers. Over all this is a great app, and I continue to pay a yearly fee to use it because of that, I just wish that Adobe would take a more aggressive stance on turning Lightroom in to the creative work powerhouse it’s clearly meant to be.
  • Needs Improvement

    1
    By SamRoyal
    Just here to complain about a bug where lightroom doesn't seem to detect my SD card reader but the files app does. No option to import from camera device. (10.5" iPad Pro) Also annoying that the pictures do not import in order. If I import a lot of images and start culling/editing them before the import is complete I will have to do multiple passes as pictures 1, 4, and 5 will be imported before 2 and 3. Just tiresome with an upload of more than a few pictures. Only workaround i found is import wait up to an hour then cull.
  • Pls fix it

    4
    By Forеаt
    I can’t open this app.It says that I don’t have an internet connection but I have it.
  • Please add HDR photo merge!

    3
    By Rumfallo
    LOVE LIGHTROOM on the iPad but so bummed there is not HDR photo merge :(
  • Please add HDR merge

    4
    By ryryrywhe
    Hi! I’m a real estate photographer and I bring my iPad to all my shoots. Would love to have HDR merge implemented into LR mobile so that I can check my shots while I’m on location. Thank you!
  • A great companion for my phone and compliments the desktop version well

    4
    By clarkyule
    I think the app does a great job at what it set out to do and has become my “go to” after trialing other apps. It does a great job of allowing me to use my phone for more “serious” photography while staying within my desktop workflow if desired. Artistically I’m happy with what it can do. However, my only complaint is that it runs a little slow on both my new Samsung S20+ and older ipad.
  • Waste of space and time

    1
    By BIGSOUNDGUY
    Why
  • nice app

    5
    By LX htet
    easy and smiple
  • Ugh

    1
    By Coltan A Cannon
    I thought this was free and you can’t do anything unless you pay I’m just a kid and wants to mess around with photos for free but then there is that one thing that says you need money for stupid light
  • Can’t wait till they decide to finish it.

    2
    By eriktheblue
    As a backup and an editor, it’s amazing. The client sharing feature could make a LOT more sense though. For instance, why let the client like photos if your not going to let me use the filter option to see what they liked? Why not let the client filter what they see and narrow down the choices. These are just a couple examples of purely common sense things that are not thought through. It’s very frustrating for myself and the client. I don’t see the hearts on my computer app (why? How hard is that to code? Computers are not obsolete lol). I know it’s cloud based but that’s no excuse. Making the experience consistent on all devices would make sense. It really is like they just weren’t thinking. At first I thought it was because it was new and they would update soon and work out the kinks. It’s been out for a while now and still a terrible sharing workflow. Adobe, a lot of us are pros. It’s nice to have a cataloger. But client interaction and workflow are how we get more images to catalogue. Please fix the sharing problems. Start by at LEAST adding liked pictures to the filter options on all devices. Just that would save me quite a bit of wasted time going back and forth between views and putting key words or stars on the liked images just so I can limit my view to those. Then creating and sharing a new album every time it gets narrowed down so the client it’s frustrated out of their minds. Give usage heart on the liked images in the edit window if we like. We’d really appreciate it.

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