Adobe Lightroom now works on Android tablets, scores support for DNG raw files, more

Adobe Lightroom for Android now works with DNG raw files, tablets
Adobe's Lightroom, which landed on Android a few months back, has just been refreshed with a host of compelling new features that will probably entice those enthusiasts who edit images on the fly.

For starters, the raw image file support of the image-editing app has been further enriched with support for DNG files, a pretty common file type. The addition of this file type is not a chance occurrence - with Lollipop, Android gained the ability to take raw photos in the DNG format in particular.

Adobe's mobile Lightroom is also no more exclusive to smartphones. It now supports tablets, allowing you to sync your images, edit and organize them on slates and takes full advantage of the latter's larger displays, which are certainly way more fit for image-editing. 

The iOS version of the app has also received some love - both the iPhone and iPad version of the app will now allow you to crop images more easily thanks to the simplification of the process and the addition of an auto-straighten feature. Well, that should be more than enough to keep Adobe Lightroom fans on both iOS and Android happy for the time being.

Download: Adobe Lightroom (Android | iOS)

source: Adobe via GSMArena

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