It’s time for the good tech news of the day. Adobe offers Lightroom for Android for free, slashing the Creative Cloud registration for Android OS users.
Android-operated mobile devices just got better when it comes to photo editing. Adobe Lightroom is among the top choice applications not only for photographers. So make the best out of it now that Adobe Lightroom goes free on mobile. Earlier, Adobe slashed Creative Cloud registration for iOS mobile devices.
As Adobe offers Lightroom for Android for free, any and all platforms become perfect mediums for photo editing. Adobe Lightroom is free, which means you have access to all features regardless of being an Android or iOS user. However, there’s a catch. Your masterly edited photos cannot be synced to your desktop or the cloud.
If you need to sync Adobe Lightroom files with the cloud or the desktop, then the only way is to register to Creative Cloud. Registration starts with a light 10 dollars per month for both Lightroom and Photoshop. It’s safe to say that’s a bargain anyhow.
Adobe Lightroom is just one of Adobe’s products, yet it is highly sought particularly by photographers looking for the perfectly professional esthetic. Lightroom is an uncomplicated product offering a large variety of photo editing features. The application is the perfect fit for professionals and beginners alike. From simple tasks like darkening blacks, tweaking the white balance or removing shadows to more complex tasks, Adobe Lightroom will walk you through it. With the mobile application going free across mobile operating systems, a new age of photo editing should rise.
Adobe brings free Lightroom for Android just after one week ago it also brought Premiere Clip for Android. This allows Android users to edit Android device-bound videos fully free. However, Premiere Clip for Android doesn’t offer all the options it has on Windows for instance. For Android Lightroom, just visit Google Play Store, download the app and start editing those photos.
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