Adobe improves Lightroom iOS app with full-res output, more 3D TouchAdobe updated its Lightroom clients for the iPhone and iPad on Wednesday, upgrading the photo workflow software with features like full-resolution output and more 3D Touch commands.
Full-resolution export is supported in both the iPhone and iPad apps, though the option only works for images captured by an iOS device, or else imported at that resolution. While using the same Adobe account, images can be synced across devices.
For iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners, 3D Touch is now presented in the Camera Roll browser. People can press and hold to preview a photo at a larger size.
Adobe has additionally cleaned up a number of bugs in the apps, including one that was triggering crashes.
Both the iPhone and iPad apps are free downloads for devices with iOS 8.1 or later. The complete featureset — including cloud sync — requires a Creative Cloud subscription, which can be tried free for 30 days.
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