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Adobe surprised to acquaintances and strangers throwing first see your version of Lightroom for iPad. Under the name of Adobe Lightroom Mobile has decided to take one of iOS applications most used by amateur and professional photographers to sort and process the photos.
The app is available for free now, but to use it we need to have the latest version of Lightroom (the 5.4 that was upgraded ) and be subscribed to the service cloud Adobe Creative Cloud.
As is the case with his older brother Photoshop, Lightroom Mobile is a version optimized for touch screens and devices like the iPad. We can see this optimization on an interface fully adapted to the touch control and a review of how to manage files, since it deals with miniature versions of all photos in order to combat the lack of space within an iPad.
A failure to test the application thoroughly Lightroom Mobile is a complement to the desktop program, leaving out part of our collection anywhere and make small quick edits within iOS, such as white balance, exposure or contrast.