Adobe Lightroom for iPad

Adobe Lightroom for iPad

By Adobe Inc.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2014-04-08
  • Current Version: 4.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 207.80 MB
  • Developer: Adobe Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 4,874 Ratings

Description

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC is a free, powerful, yet intuitive photo editor. Lightroom also provides a robust premium offering filled with advanced features to take your photography further. Check out all the features 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 & DEHAZE: Breathe life into your photo edits with these industry-leading tools • 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 easy-to-use tools like the Healing Brush, selective adjustments, geometry, cloud 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 iPad allowing you to edit them anywhere • ADOBE SENSEI: Harness the power of artificial intelligence to automatically tag and organize your photos based on the objects or people that are in them. A quick search for “mountains” or “Maria” will surface all the photos with those elements in them • ADOBE CREATIVE CLOUD STORAGE: Back up your original photos and edits to access them on other devices and on web • ADVANCED SHARING: Lightroom CC web galleries enable you to easily showcase your photos online - If you are on an iPhone, be sure to download “Adobe Lightroom CC” 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

  • Thank You

    5
    By BLW Photo
    Thank You for reply back to solve my problem. As I said, I given Lightroom 5 stars as promised...
  • Love the ease if edit. But missing key function

    5
    By susan in portland
    You are missing key function that would allow me to create slideshow based on storytelling. Instead your function insists on ordering the photos by date. Please add the slideshow from the Classic to CC. Thank you
  • Pros on the go could make better use of iPad for Lightroom with catalogs, batch-editing functions

    3
    By jqualls87
    I’m a photojournalist. I often find myself in situations where editing photos with Lightroom for iPad would make my life a lot easier, but it’s just not practical at the moment. Half the time I’m traveling and don’t have the luxury of going back to the office to edit on tight deadlines, so I have to carry around my massive MacBook Pro everywhere I go (and unpack my life at the nearest coffee shops in my path). Now that iPad OS is out and external hard drives are supported, it would be wonderful to see an update with catalogs, smart previews and batch-editing functions so I can actually use this app and take greater advantage of my iPad Pro’s powerful capabilities and smaller package. Such an update would also allow me to comfortably edit from my car on location, rather than having to go out of the way and find a place to hunker down and edit. I can see this app being a fine editor for photographers who have looser deadlines and more time to make fine adjustments, but the lack of these essential features renders it obsolete to photographers who could most benefit from its promise of mobility.
  • Export a photo at full quality of 100%?

    2
    By goran.christian
    It’s a shame that Lightroom for iPad does not export photos at 100% quality. And there is no option to adjust it in the app. The desktop version has that option, so my question is when will the Lightroom for iPad app also have that option to export a photo at full quality of 100%?
  • Premium Features Broken

    2
    By Kkirks1414
    Subscribed with the intent of using Premium Features - especially Selective Editing - on my iPad Pro. Never could get it to work. Adobe Support was no help. Have cancelled and deleted everything.
  • PAY FOR CREATIVE CLOUD BUT CAN’T USE

    1
    By bmc182
    I have a creative cloud all apps plan yet when I try to use Lightroom on my iPad or iPhone it tells me that my free trial has expired. Tried contacting support they told me that my only options are to restart the app or reinstall the app. Tried both and neither fixed it. They told me that’s all they could do. How is that fair? I pay you for something and when it doesn’t work you tell me that I’m out if luck? How can that be legal?
  • Generally does not work

    2
    By the al fonz
    As a local editor with Apple Pencil support it is kinda awesome. However, the minute you try to upload raw photos to the cloud the problems begin. Photos will be “pending” for days on end, to make matters worse, it hard to tell what was uploaded and what was not and when dealing with thousands o photos you just know that some are getting lost. I have tried to work with customer service for months on this, I’m constantly showing them files which should have uploaded but are somehow missing. Customer service is beyond terrible, which is frustrating because I pay for 2tbs of cloud storage. If you are solely editing photos stored on the iPad the main issues are: (1) iPad will not allow you to import photos from Samsung cellphones thus you can’t bring them into Lightroom without using the untrustable cloud; (2) if you make edits and scroll over to another photo the only undo function is to undo most if not all edits; (3) no panorama stitching; and (4) no HDR stitching. The program has potential, but like the IPad Pro it is frustrating almost every thing you try to do serious photo editing
  • I’ll Never Know!

    2
    By IrishPirQueen
    I’ll never know the full capabilities of Lightroom! In general, I find the entire up-for-grabs Gold Rush perpetrated by subscription services off putting. I was aware when I downloaded the app that this was how Lightroom was managing their software. However unlikely it may be, there existed the possibility that I might really appreciate Lightroom and subscribe. I have many apps but only one is subscription with updates every week (not a photo app), half of what LR is charging. Nevertheless, in seeking out additional information, I always read the reviews. Not being able to batch edit was one facet that led to reluctance on my part. But the straw that broke "this here camel's back" was upon reading that Adobe LR felt so little of their customers as to make photos only available to be downloaded in a wee little file while using the free app. The end result of such tactics is that your photo is practically worthless when you go to print it up. And maybe you don’t want to do so now but you never know when one of your photos will prove invaluable to you (for example, if a loved one passes on). Now I always make duplicates before I upload my shots to an app outside of Apple’s Photo. But I use my built-in camera. What if you use Adobe's app to take photos? Are you then "encouraged" to pay $60 a year in order to keep your photos in the best file size available? What about the time you’ve spent to edit your photos? I expected Lightroom to be a top quality app and perhaps it is, given that Adobe makes it. However, I am not looking for a free app. I’d be more than happy to pay a REASONABLE one time fee. Then I would actually own something! Adobe might best reconsider how they envision their customers. Photos are valuable to their owners– highly personal. But does that mean that a photography app should take their customers to the cleaners? There are many fine photo apps over here in the AppStorelandia!
  • PLEASE READ

    3
    By puppies and kitties are cute
    I think it would be nice if the heal tool was free because not everyone can buy a membership. And there should be an add photo button. And a draw button so you can draw on the photos. You should also add a reshape button so you can adjust some things. Other than that I think it’s great!
  • Great for beginners

    5
    By b3@nz4u
    Using this on the iPad is pretty intuitive and the tutorials are super helpful for someone beginning to learn how to edit.

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