Adobe propelled a refresh for its Lightroom photograph administration and altering applications on iOS and Android today.
The iOS app for iPhone and iPad is getting a few new features, including support for Adobe’s selective brush, a new details tab and an interface update for the iPad version. That’s all pretty nice, but the biggest news here is that Adobe also completely redesigned the Android app from the ground up.
Adobe has long been an iOS-first shop and, while it now offers most of its apps on Android, too, it often felt as if the teams spent far more time polishing the iOS apps than the Android versions. Lightroom on Android was always a pretty competent mobile version of the desktop experience, but it never felt all that snappy and native.
“We needed to give the most ideal Android Design Application encounter so we upgraded Lightroom for Android starting from the earliest stage to be quicker, more effective, and, well, more Android-y,” Adobe says in the present declaration. “Each screen has been upgraded with the objective of guaranteeing a characteristic, local Android encounter while giving the most noteworthy quality, proficient review versatile photograph altering application ever.”
Unfortunetly, The new elements like Selective Brush, which supplements the as of now accessible direct and spiral angles, and the Detail tab that gives you worldwide control over honing and clamor, are as yet coming to iOS first. Odds are we’ll need to hold up a tiny bit longer to get these on Android.