Adobe Lightroom CC for iPad

Adobe Lightroom CC for iPad

By Adobe

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2014-04-08
  • Current Version: 4.2.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 187.29 MB
  • Developer: Adobe
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 3,073 Reviews)
  • Price:
Adobe Lightroom CC for iPad App Ratings: 4
From 3,073 Reviews

Adobe Lightroom CC for iPad App 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: 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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App Reviews

  • I love it buuut

    By musephotos
    WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO CHOOSE PHOTO SIZES. I shoot for Kodak and I regularly need to do photos 16 x 9 (which light room does) but then I can’t change pixels. I need 16 x 9 at 1000 pixels so 1600 x 900 pixels. Comeonnnn make it happen guys. Also please let us rename photos in batches please please please. Right now I have to use 3 apps to just get my work done when I could just do it in one before. I love this app. God knows it finally freed me from clunky Photoshop. It’s the best thing since sliced bread but it needs more functionality. Like I could care less about faces. I work with food, objects and buildings. So all those functions are pointless for photographers like me.
  • Failed to import. Repeat.

    By coltonklamichaelkelly
    Nuff said. Delete app.
  • RAW Processor in Need of an Upgrade

    The underlying ACR engine needs a major overhaul. The color, dynamic range and sharping of ACR is years behind Capture 1 Pro. If you’re using a Fuji camera don’t even bother. I exclusively used LRCC for over a year with my professional work and while I very much like the workflow and the ability to deliver at the end of the day I get much better files with Capture 1 Pro to the extent that my clients noticed the difference. Perhaps at the core of the issue is Adobe shifting focus to corporate and amateur users but pros should stay away.
  • Crashes, Strange Lines

    By Chatsphotogpilot
    I have been running the latest version of LR on the latest 12.9 inch iPad Pro. LR crashes on occasion. Usually while working in a folder of images... cannot ascertain if there is an unknown image limit per folder beyond which the program crashes.
  • Almost there

    By GBenetton
    Camera calibration is a big deal! I’d like to see it implemented. The split tone adjustments are sooo impossible to control precisely. There needs to be standard sliders for hue and saturation.
  • Lots of features limited

    By Tian Kai
    Totally different functionality contrast to the window version and lots of features are limited. Fix it Adobe!
  • Time to make it perfect

    By Alejandro Mallado
    So yes I am one of those who works now on the iPad Pro and I think it’s time to create a real app with full capabilities. I wish I could delete pictures from my catalog and my iPad storage at the same time. After a shooting I usually have over 1000 pictures but then when I finish editing them I only want to keep about 50 so I wish it wouldn’t take so much space on my iPad Pro storage. Also I think we need more options in settings to choose different sizes and resolutions when we are exporting photos. My workflow has improved like crazy since I am working only on my iPad Pro but I need some of these things to have the perfect experience that I think will have in the future. Congratulations on a great product anyways. I hope you are working on it already.
  • Really great photo editor, not a great app

    By axiixc
    I bought a subscription to Lightroom for a trip to Antartica where all I brought was my DSLR and iPad. Lightroom was fantastic for editing photos, and I didn’t regret not having a laptop. Once I got back to internet everything uploaded nicely and synced down on my MacBook, just as I hoped. If you’re looking for something to handle a bunch of Raw files, this is the best I’ve seen on iPad. I do have some complaints though. For starters nothing about this app feels right. There is something subtly off about basically every piece of UI that makes it frustrating to use. I don’t know if it feels like an Android app, or too much like a desktop app, but it seems like Adobe decided to rewrite everything instead of just using normal iOS UI, and it shows. Little things like scrolling feel wrong (although there is very little scrolling lag, unlike on the Mac) and you can’t tap the status bar to scroll to top. You also can’t swipe back from albums like you can in Photos in other apps. It’s also missing some non-photo editing features from the Mac version, like bulk editing, and metadata editing including capture date. I had my camera’s date set wrong for a couple days and had to wait until I got home to fix that in the photos. I also notice that the mobile version reverts back to a “fuzzy” copy of the photo when applying edits in more cases than on the Mac. This really messes with my eyes when I’m trying to A/B an edit; the temporary loss of detail makes it hard to just focus on the changes. Especially for the before/after gesture it seems like the app should be able to seamless switch between previews. Hopefully Adobe keeps making the UI better, and this will really be a joy to use.
  • Great All Around!

    By Phototurtle
    I used Adobe Lightroom on my PC a few years ago and really enjoyed it, so thought I would give the mobile version a try. It has everything I want and need in a photo editor! I shoot in Raw, and editing is so smooth and easy. There wasn’t really a learning curve either. Everything is laid out very well. The only negative I could think of was the slight lag when using the Selective Edit tool. I had to draw a little slower than I like, but it wasn’t that big of a deal. Didn’t take me too long to purchase the subscription either. The extras and storage are well worth it. Great app!
  • bug

    By s1imfinger
    Take infinite time to import, anyone can fix it?