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Adobe Lightroom: Photo Editor

Adobe Lightroom: Photo Editor

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  • img Community
    You will never sell more than 5 stock photos unless they really stand out in the endless sea of images available. To make them pop and give them that professional look, you will need to use a professional tool with loads of options to fine tune your pictures.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    If you've just captured a 3-minute timelapse but find that it could use more saturation, use this app to edit and add a touch of vibrance to it. It's a lightweight app which allows you to make all the edits you want on the go.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Expert
    1. A powerful yet simple solution for capturing, editing and sharing your photos on mobile devices
    2. Adobe Sensei uses the power of artificial intelligence to auto-tag photos based on content and location
    3. Edit your pics in seconds! Choose from one-tap filters to in-depth editing and corrections: tone, color, exposure, and contrast

    Reviewed by Kaylin on October 15, 2018

  • Unbelievable Nov 7, 2019

    By CERDABOI
    I cannot tell you how much Lightroom mobile has saved me in my photography career. I have learned Lightroom so much using this version and have made a career off of using Lightroom mobile. Of course I am still building and now learning photoshop, but at a time where I wanted to get into photography and did not have a lot of money to afford a high end PC, I received a more affordable iPad 2017 for photography services and then traded it in for an iPad mini 5. This app has been a life save because I use both at home and outside or on the train. It’s easier to work with because I can use it on a smaller, much lighter device and always get work done on the go. What it lacks from Lightroom Desktop is made up by the fact that it’s a mobile version with a good set of features. The batch editing really does it for me now, I still use it on my iPad and will be getting a laptop very soon thanks to picking up momentum and getting further in my career while using this app, but I will still be using this on the go when I dont want to carry a computer around the city. My camera equipment is already heavy enough.
  • Generally does not work Oct 1, 2019

    By the al fonz
    As a local editor with Apple Pencil support it is kinda awesome. However, the minute you try to upload raw photos to the cloud the problems begin. Photos will be “pending” for days on end, to make matters worse, it hard to tell what was uploaded and what was not and when dealing with thousands o photos you just know that some are getting lost. I have tried to work with customer service for months on this, I’m constantly showing them files which should have uploaded but are somehow missing. Customer service is beyond terrible, which is frustrating because I pay for 2tbs of cloud storage. If you are solely editing photos stored on the iPad the main issues are: (1) iPad will not allow you to import photos from Samsung cellphones thus you can’t bring them into Lightroom without using the untrustable cloud; (2) if you make edits and scroll over to another photo the only undo function is to undo most if not all edits; (3) no panorama stitching; and (4) no HDR stitching. The program has potential, but like the IPad Pro it is frustrating almost every thing you try to do serious photo editing
  • A Good Basic and Intuitive Photo Editor For Your Phone Jun 26, 2021

    By Rhmachote
    Snapseed is good editor for first edit and final edits. This is a basic editor with a few more advance features. It has several standard filters. Surprising it can even remove parts of objects from your photographs: best use is to remove single stand- alone objects. It also has a good set of 9 filters . One powerful filter option Available is the selective and brush tools. They all produce fairly good results. You can selectively undo your edits. The save feature includes “saving a new version” so you don’t lose your ordinal image. All in all a very good editor you can use as your go-to editor for quick work and as your standard photo editor. I have been using it for about 4 years with excellent results and the developers continue to upgrade and correct their software package. Highly recommend this editor for the inexperienced as well as the veteran photographer; best of alll it is free.
  • Pros on the go could make better use of iPad for Lightroom with catalogs, batch-editing functions Oct 10, 2019

    By jqualls87
    I’m a photojournalist. I often find myself in situations where editing photos with Lightroom for iPad would make my life a lot easier, but it’s just not practical at the moment. Half the time I’m traveling and don’t have the luxury of going back to the office to edit on tight deadlines, so I have to carry around my massive MacBook Pro everywhere I go (and unpack my life at the nearest coffee shops in my path). Now that iPad OS is out and external hard drives are supported, it would be wonderful to see an update with catalogs, smart previews and batch-editing functions so I can actually use this app and take greater advantage of my iPad Pro’s powerful capabilities and smaller package. Such an update would also allow me to comfortably edit from my car on location, rather than having to go out of the way and find a place to hunker down and edit. I can see this app being a fine editor for photographers who have looser deadlines and more time to make fine adjustments, but the lack of these essential features renders it obsolete to photographers who could most benefit from its promise of mobility.
  • Amazing for amateurs. Not ready for pros Dec 19, 2018

    By Prophotog10000
    The interface is great and operates smoothly and the processing is as good as the desktop version. Unfortunately, there are a few basic problems that make the product borderline unusable for pros. 1. Sorting by capture time is broken because it doesn’t go to the millisecond. Therefore, if you shoot at more than one frame per second (eg. sports, action, kids, weddings), your photos will be out of order. 2. There does not seem to be a way to batch apply a preset to multiple photos. You instead have to select the preset on one of them and then paste it onto each photo individually. 3. No ability to make a virtual copy or easily duplicate a photo. 4. This is the biggie that is the number one thing keeping this from being a professional tool. You can’t batch rename photos either on import or export or any other time. Like all professionals, and I’m sure many amateurs, I rename files with the date, subject, and a sequential counter so that they can be identified easily and don’t look like I just copied them straight from my camera. I hope that everyone that reads this tells Adobe they need to add this feature!
  • Sep 24, 2021

    By Faruk Yazıcı
    I have an "Import Finished" notification that cannot be dismissed. There must be a problem with notifications please fix it. Samsung Note 10 Plus. And many photos ara failing with "One photo failed to import". This is not okay, I'm a premium user and can't use app properly.
  • Best Photo App out there... but... May 19, 2019

    By Jordan Freshour
    This program is powerful, efficient, and super functional. I absolutely love cloud-based editing: I can load RAWs or JPEGs on my iPad, and edit from my iPhone or vice-versa from hi-quality thumbnails, a trick other photo apps have not perfected. Because of this feature, I have successfully moved 100% of my photo editing to mobile devices because I must be able to turn around work quickly on the job. I can’t thank the developers enough for these features. However, I am flabbergasted by what is left off the mobile platform. The big two for me are not being able to select the quality of export (there are only two options: export a thumbnail, or a low-bitrate JPEG), and no ability to copy a preset to a batch. These functions are essential for workflow efficiency. If Adobe adds them, more professionals will take advantage of studio-quality mobile editing.
  • Unbelievable Nov 7, 2019

    By CERDABOI
    I cannot tell you how much Lightroom mobile has saved me in my photography career. I have learned Lightroom so much using this version and have made a career off of using Lightroom mobile. Of course I am still building and now learning photoshop, but at a time where I wanted to get into photography and did not have a lot of money to afford a high end PC, I received a more affordable iPad 2017 for photography services and then traded it in for an iPad mini 5. This app has been a life save because I use both at home and outside or on the train. It’s easier to work with because I can use it on a smaller, much lighter device and always get work done on the go. What it lacks from Lightroom Desktop is made up by the fact that it’s a mobile version with a good set of features. The batch editing really does it for me now, I still use it on my iPad and will be getting a laptop very soon thanks to picking up momentum and getting further in my career while using this app, but I will still be using this on the go when I dont want to carry a computer around the city. My camera equipment is already heavy enough.
  • Generally does not work Oct 1, 2019

    By the al fonz
    As a local editor with Apple Pencil support it is kinda awesome. However, the minute you try to upload raw photos to the cloud the problems begin. Photos will be “pending” for days on end, to make matters worse, it hard to tell what was uploaded and what was not and when dealing with thousands o photos you just know that some are getting lost. I have tried to work with customer service for months on this, I’m constantly showing them files which should have uploaded but are somehow missing. Customer service is beyond terrible, which is frustrating because I pay for 2tbs of cloud storage. If you are solely editing photos stored on the iPad the main issues are: (1) iPad will not allow you to import photos from Samsung cellphones thus you can’t bring them into Lightroom without using the untrustable cloud; (2) if you make edits and scroll over to another photo the only undo function is to undo most if not all edits; (3) no panorama stitching; and (4) no HDR stitching. The program has potential, but like the IPad Pro it is frustrating almost every thing you try to do serious photo editing
  • A Good Basic and Intuitive Photo Editor For Your Phone Jun 26, 2021

    By Rhmachote
    Snapseed is good editor for first edit and final edits. This is a basic editor with a few more advance features. It has several standard filters. Surprising it can even remove parts of objects from your photographs: best use is to remove single stand- alone objects. It also has a good set of 9 filters . One powerful filter option Available is the selective and brush tools. They all produce fairly good results. You can selectively undo your edits. The save feature includes “saving a new version” so you don’t lose your ordinal image. All in all a very good editor you can use as your go-to editor for quick work and as your standard photo editor. I have been using it for about 4 years with excellent results and the developers continue to upgrade and correct their software package. Highly recommend this editor for the inexperienced as well as the veteran photographer; best of alll it is free.
  • Pros on the go could make better use of iPad for Lightroom with catalogs, batch-editing functions Oct 10, 2019

    By jqualls87
    I’m a photojournalist. I often find myself in situations where editing photos with Lightroom for iPad would make my life a lot easier, but it’s just not practical at the moment. Half the time I’m traveling and don’t have the luxury of going back to the office to edit on tight deadlines, so I have to carry around my massive MacBook Pro everywhere I go (and unpack my life at the nearest coffee shops in my path). Now that iPad OS is out and external hard drives are supported, it would be wonderful to see an update with catalogs, smart previews and batch-editing functions so I can actually use this app and take greater advantage of my iPad Pro’s powerful capabilities and smaller package. Such an update would also allow me to comfortably edit from my car on location, rather than having to go out of the way and find a place to hunker down and edit. I can see this app being a fine editor for photographers who have looser deadlines and more time to make fine adjustments, but the lack of these essential features renders it obsolete to photographers who could most benefit from its promise of mobility.
  • Amazing for amateurs. Not ready for pros Dec 19, 2018

    By Prophotog10000
    The interface is great and operates smoothly and the processing is as good as the desktop version. Unfortunately, there are a few basic problems that make the product borderline unusable for pros. 1. Sorting by capture time is broken because it doesn’t go to the millisecond. Therefore, if you shoot at more than one frame per second (eg. sports, action, kids, weddings), your photos will be out of order. 2. There does not seem to be a way to batch apply a preset to multiple photos. You instead have to select the preset on one of them and then paste it onto each photo individually. 3. No ability to make a virtual copy or easily duplicate a photo. 4. This is the biggie that is the number one thing keeping this from being a professional tool. You can’t batch rename photos either on import or export or any other time. Like all professionals, and I’m sure many amateurs, I rename files with the date, subject, and a sequential counter so that they can be identified easily and don’t look like I just copied them straight from my camera. I hope that everyone that reads this tells Adobe they need to add this feature!
  • Sep 24, 2021

    By Faruk Yazıcı
    I have an "Import Finished" notification that cannot be dismissed. There must be a problem with notifications please fix it. Samsung Note 10 Plus. And many photos ara failing with "One photo failed to import". This is not okay, I'm a premium user and can't use app properly.
  • Best Photo App out there... but... May 19, 2019

    By Jordan Freshour
    This program is powerful, efficient, and super functional. I absolutely love cloud-based editing: I can load RAWs or JPEGs on my iPad, and edit from my iPhone or vice-versa from hi-quality thumbnails, a trick other photo apps have not perfected. Because of this feature, I have successfully moved 100% of my photo editing to mobile devices because I must be able to turn around work quickly on the job. I can’t thank the developers enough for these features. However, I am flabbergasted by what is left off the mobile platform. The big two for me are not being able to select the quality of export (there are only two options: export a thumbnail, or a low-bitrate JPEG), and no ability to copy a preset to a batch. These functions are essential for workflow efficiency. If Adobe adds them, more professionals will take advantage of studio-quality mobile editing.
  • Great app, could use a few features. Apr 28, 2021

    By Vincent14472
    This app is great. I love working with it and editing photos. It has all the features that you may need except a few. I would defiantly recommend this to someone. The user interface is simple enough to use, and if you don’t get it, then there is a helpful guide. I would love to see a few improvements however. It would be great to see some background blur capabilities for non pro users. I came to this app from Adobe Photoshop Express, on the iPhone. I liked it because you could add any amount of background, or foreground blur you wanted. But I switched to Lightroom as you need to pay for pro features to get the image in good quality. Here In Lightroom, you don’t need pro to get good image quality. But that background blur would be great. I don’t know if it is already a pro feature, but if it is, could you make it a non pro feature? I would pay for it if it wasn’t a subscription. But other than that, Great app, would probably recommend it.
  • Lightroom CC review Nov 21, 2017

    By Colin Robertson
    Despite my apprehension to changes in the business model, I like the direction Adobe is taking with Lightroom on iOS... Brush edits are HUGE. The performance is great. It's also nice to see global detail tools, the old way to sharpen on iOS didn't make as much sense (although sharpening on desktop LR is still easier when holding Option). The UI refresh brings it more in line with desktop LR (editing tools on the right), and it seems much faster to navigate through the different tool groups, but now that the tools are persistent, there’s no way to edit "full screen" anymore. I like the change to one finger touch to preview edits (from a three finger touch in the prior version of the app), but I find myself missing a good way to preview individual adjustments. Would still like to see perspective adjustments, HDR & panorama merging, cloning & healing, smart fill (desktop too—one of the few features that keeps me coming back to Photoshop), and the ability to switch camera color profiles. Most of these requests would be moot if we could get full resolution (adjusted) raw files out of Lightroom so they can be round-tripped with other photo editing apps, but if you began the process on the desktop, you’re limited to editing smart previews of full images... Despite all that, Lightroom CC is a fantastic iPad experience and I'm more optimistic about this update than not. It's faster, easier to navigate and the brush editing is awesome.
  • Paste Settings Command is not operating! May 27, 2019

    By Kelly!b
    I use this app to edit over 5,000 images a week, if not more. It is by far the fastest app to do so out there....until now. Without the simple function of command V available on my keyboard. I know have to tap with my finger through a few menu screens to paste. This doesn’t sound like a big deal except when you consider I have to do this five thousand times a week. As oppose to use the quick key functions, this additional menu searching has increased my editing time by double. Please return the quick key functioning to this app ASAP. Increasing my work time by double for some tutorials I won’t even touch is beyond frustrating. I was not a fan of the extra step in the Copy function too. Why are they making their extremely efficient less efficient in their upgrades? I am so confused by this new update.
  • 15 Photo Export Max? What the... Apr 7, 2018

    By Charles Ahlstrom
    I downloaded Lightroom mobile as I’m really wanting to move away from desktop and laptop editing, and LR Mobile seemed promising. I LOVE the UI and functionality of this app, and can do about 95% of the work I need to right from my iPad Pro, and I was actually a bit blown away by its speed and capabilities. Then I went to export about 100 photos I had taken with my Panasonic G9 and edited in Lightroom Mobile. I thought the iPad was glitching, or I had toggled a setting that I didn’t know about, because I wasn’t able to export more than 15 photos at a time. After doing a bit of digging I’ve found that this is done on purpose. The reason being that Lightroom isn’t able to render in the background, but that doesn’t make any sense as I’m sure we’re all more than willing to leave the app open and running in the foreground until the export is complete. This is a preposterous number of images to export at one time. Give us at least 100 images, as we could work with that limitation; but only 15? That quite literally renders this entire app, and all the hard work these developers put into it, totally useless. A 5 star app turned to a 1 star app due to a major oversight. I’ll most likely be looking for ways of leaving Adobe after about 15 years of exclusively using their products, if they don’t get their $#!+ together asap. FIX THIS RIDICULOUS LIMITATION ADOBE, PLEASE!
  • Oct 7, 2021

    By Egyptian Sphinx
    Warning: This app reduces image size when you export. Totally sneaky too! The exported images have the same dimensions but the resolution is dropped from 300dpi to 72dpi. Luckily, I kept the originals. What a very crafty trick not mentioning that the app ruins image quality. What's the point of this app for mobiles then when it exports low res images? I read it's also an issue on iOS. I was starting to enjoy this app as well... what a shame! USELESS APP IF YOU CARE ABOUT IMAGE QUALITY!
  • Sep 21, 2021

    By Blind
    Garbage. It supposedly has all these amazing features, a full suite of terrific tools to turn your amateur photos into fantastic works of art. Nope. It has nothing that even the Facebook editor already has not to mention the tools you actually want, like editing specific parts of a photo or writing on it, adding ANY color, are all locked behind a 50 DOLLAR paywall. Avoid this trash. Seriously. Anyone who says this is good is a child.
  • Oct 5, 2021

    By Md. Mustafizur Rahman
    I used to love this app. Now it is completely ruined. Didn't edit anything for a long time and when I entered, says create and account and then it shows cannot edit raw files+trial expired. Disappointed on ADOBE. Never gonna use any Adobe products ever in my life. Its all about your business and not people's interest.
  • Nice editor,but...don’t buy Premium! Oct 20, 2018

    By Tokyo John H
    This is a fine editor for photos on the iPad, in fact I liked it enough that I thought I might try working on my pro camera raw photos via Adobe Cloud while traveling. However, my Adobe Cloud account (arranged by my employer) only has 2GB max, which is very limited. When this LR CC mobile app prompted me to buy the Premium version, offering additional Adobe Cloud storage, I jumped on it. But after trying it out, I found that my Adobe Cloud storage was still capped at 2GB. Trying to get help, I was diverted to unrelated Adobe help forum topics. And when I tried to talk to Adobe directly, they told me I had to go through my employer...even through this premium upgrade was a purchase I made out of my own pocket, under the stated promise that it would include additional cloud storage. I feel like I was ripped off, and I would demand my money back but my time is more valuable than the amount I paid. I guess I will just have to find another solution, but there aren’t many options. The market is dominated by a few mega-corporations who don’t care about serving their customers, they do everything they can to prevent us from getting help when needed, and they always err on the side of denying us the product we thought we were entitled to when making the purchase.
  • Oct 14, 2021

    By Nosipho Happiness
    This App When I Started Using It Was Great!..But When Days Past By It Started Misbehaving,And It Doesn't Wanna Import My Presests.And When Ever I'm Editing A Picture..The App Will Start All Over Again,And I Must Start From Scratch.But Since It Started Misbehaving..Imma Give It One Star..I Hope You Can Fix This, Otherwise I Wouldn't Recommend Thid To Anyone.
  • Oct 9, 2021

    By Kira Shagrath
    For some reason it won't show photos that were taken through Instagram camera. And if you try to upload them manually - it says "failed to import". Does anybody know how to resolve this problem? (it used to work perfectly in the past, so...)
  • Sep 5, 2021

    By Olivia M
    App keeps stopping, beyond frustrated and it will not allow me to import or edit. It is up to date and everything. In addition it's counting down a trial I never signed up for. I contacted support multiple times and agents tell me there is no trial. So on top of not working, it's counting down a nonexistent trial. September 4th 2021 update: The app is still trash.
  • Sep 14, 2021

    By Melvin Thong
    I have just subscribed to the application. Unfortunately the application kept crashing on my Samsung Note 10 mobile phone when I navigate around to edit the photos. The screen will freeze randomly and prompt to close the application. The same problem persist after restart the application. My Samsung Note 10 is running on Android 11. It is a bad user experience and practically couldn't edit the photos. I am thinking of stopping the subscription after the 60 days trial period.
  • Sep 7, 2021

    By Kate Harrison
    CONSTANTLY CRASHING - It freezes up, shows a black screen, kicks me out, sometimes reloads but all for nothing since it will just freeze up again, and when it actually DOES work, then won't export a photo - "this may take a moment," followed by spinning and waiting, then crashing. My device is NOT low on storage, and I have uninstalled and reinstalled, and still no good. I have paid monthly for this app for years and I expect it to WORK - FIX IT PLEASE
  • img Community
    You will never sell more than 5 stock photos unless they really stand out in the endless sea of images available. To make them pop and give them that professional look, you will need to use a professional tool with loads of options to fine tune your pictures.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    If you've just captured a 3-minute timelapse but find that it could use more saturation, use this app to edit and add a touch of vibrance to it. It's a lightweight app which allows you to make all the edits you want on the go.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Expert
    1. A powerful yet simple solution for capturing, editing and sharing your photos on mobile devices
    2. Adobe Sensei uses the power of artificial intelligence to auto-tag photos based on content and location
    3. Edit your pics in seconds! Choose from one-tap filters to in-depth editing and corrections: tone, color, exposure, and contrast

    Reviewed by Kaylin on October 15, 2018

  • Unbelievable Nov 7, 2019

    By CERDABOI
    I cannot tell you how much Lightroom mobile has saved me in my photography career. I have learned Lightroom so much using this version and have made a career off of using Lightroom mobile. Of course I am still building and now learning photoshop, but at a time where I wanted to get into photography and did not have a lot of money to afford a high end PC, I received a more affordable iPad 2017 for photography services and then traded it in for an iPad mini 5. This app has been a life save because I use both at home and outside or on the train. It’s easier to work with because I can use it on a smaller, much lighter device and always get work done on the go. What it lacks from Lightroom Desktop is made up by the fact that it’s a mobile version with a good set of features. The batch editing really does it for me now, I still use it on my iPad and will be getting a laptop very soon thanks to picking up momentum and getting further in my career while using this app, but I will still be using this on the go when I dont want to carry a computer around the city. My camera equipment is already heavy enough.
  • Generally does not work Oct 1, 2019

    By the al fonz
    As a local editor with Apple Pencil support it is kinda awesome. However, the minute you try to upload raw photos to the cloud the problems begin. Photos will be “pending” for days on end, to make matters worse, it hard to tell what was uploaded and what was not and when dealing with thousands o photos you just know that some are getting lost. I have tried to work with customer service for months on this, I’m constantly showing them files which should have uploaded but are somehow missing. Customer service is beyond terrible, which is frustrating because I pay for 2tbs of cloud storage. If you are solely editing photos stored on the iPad the main issues are: (1) iPad will not allow you to import photos from Samsung cellphones thus you can’t bring them into Lightroom without using the untrustable cloud; (2) if you make edits and scroll over to another photo the only undo function is to undo most if not all edits; (3) no panorama stitching; and (4) no HDR stitching. The program has potential, but like the IPad Pro it is frustrating almost every thing you try to do serious photo editing
  • A Good Basic and Intuitive Photo Editor For Your Phone Jun 26, 2021

    By Rhmachote
    Snapseed is good editor for first edit and final edits. This is a basic editor with a few more advance features. It has several standard filters. Surprising it can even remove parts of objects from your photographs: best use is to remove single stand- alone objects. It also has a good set of 9 filters . One powerful filter option Available is the selective and brush tools. They all produce fairly good results. You can selectively undo your edits. The save feature includes “saving a new version” so you don’t lose your ordinal image. All in all a very good editor you can use as your go-to editor for quick work and as your standard photo editor. I have been using it for about 4 years with excellent results and the developers continue to upgrade and correct their software package. Highly recommend this editor for the inexperienced as well as the veteran photographer; best of alll it is free.
  • Best Photo App out there... but... May 19, 2019

    By Jordan Freshour
    This program is powerful, efficient, and super functional. I absolutely love cloud-based editing: I can load RAWs or JPEGs on my iPad, and edit from my iPhone or vice-versa from hi-quality thumbnails, a trick other photo apps have not perfected. Because of this feature, I have successfully moved 100% of my photo editing to mobile devices because I must be able to turn around work quickly on the job. I can’t thank the developers enough for these features. However, I am flabbergasted by what is left off the mobile platform. The big two for me are not being able to select the quality of export (there are only two options: export a thumbnail, or a low-bitrate JPEG), and no ability to copy a preset to a batch. These functions are essential for workflow efficiency. If Adobe adds them, more professionals will take advantage of studio-quality mobile editing.
  • Paste Settings Command is not operating! May 27, 2019

    By Kelly!b
    I use this app to edit over 5,000 images a week, if not more. It is by far the fastest app to do so out there....until now. Without the simple function of command V available on my keyboard. I know have to tap with my finger through a few menu screens to paste. This doesn’t sound like a big deal except when you consider I have to do this five thousand times a week. As oppose to use the quick key functions, this additional menu searching has increased my editing time by double. Please return the quick key functioning to this app ASAP. Increasing my work time by double for some tutorials I won’t even touch is beyond frustrating. I was not a fan of the extra step in the Copy function too. Why are they making their extremely efficient less efficient in their upgrades? I am so confused by this new update.
  • Missing fundamental features May 2, 2020

    By st90ar
    No smart albums, no quick access to ratings (you have to search each rating, which is more steps), no support for custom watermarks like PNG signatures (instead, you get a super generic font with your name and a copyright symbol), and just general library management that is available through Lightroom classic. As a professional, having my library easily sorted by smart folders was one of the most valuable tools to quickly showing clients. Please add these features... Update: there’s also no option to bring into Photoshop to edit images like on a computer. You have to export, bring into Photoshop, make your edits, and then export, then bring back in to Lightroom again. So many extra steps, and the “Photoshop” apps it allows you to edit in are hardly acceptable replacements.
  • Impressive! Dec 4, 2017

    By AthenRoss
    Adobe has stepped up their game and reclaimed their place as an industry leader for creative and productive software suites. At work, I am a producer who uses Adobe Acrobat for many of my tasks. At home, my hobby is photography and using the Adobe Photography CC Plan is perfect. I love being able to take just my camera and my iPad Pro with me on photo walks and being able to capture, download, edit and post on the go without my laptop. The addition of brush strokes is a MAJOR plus for this mobile app, making this nearly invisible to the desktop application for 90% of photo editing. The best part? All of this is free with my CC subscription, which makes it hard to argue the new business model sometimes. Well done, Adobe.
  • Adobe Lightroom Mobile CC is the best photography app! Nov 16, 2018

    By Sims Design
    If you need to edit pictures on the go for work or personal use you can not beat the power of Adobe Lightroom. The app gives you the power of editing that use need to be preformed on a computer from your phone or iPad. When used with 2018 Apple IPad Pro and Apple Pencil 2 you have amazing control over your editing. There is a small learning curve if you are used to Lightroom Classic but is easily overcome within a few of your first edits. I believe Adobe will continue to develop these apps until they are just as good or better than the desktop applications. Thank you Adobe for making this possible!
  • A consistently excellent product Nov 17, 2018

    By JosephGardnerPhotography
    I’ve been using Lightroom Classic for several years now and only fairly recently started using the iPad version of Lightroom mobile. It’s so well thought through and say to use that I do all my editing on my iPad now. I’m constantly blown away by the speed at which it works without lag. For example, I can add multitudes of healing brush adjustments to a photo without any lag (depending on original file size of course). What I’m most impressed with though is the sync between all versions of Lightroom mobile so that I can start an edit on my iPad and switch over to my phone to pick up the edit on the go. I also really appreciate the new syncing of presets from desktop to mobile. One small gripe I have however is that I can’t make batch edits. This was what drew me to Lightroom on desktop in the first place so I really hope this feature is applied to mobile too. A first class product that keeps improving and the photography package from Adobe CC is excellent value for money.
  • Great All Around! Mar 16, 2019

    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!
  • Great app, could use a few features. Apr 28, 2021

    By Vincent14472
    This app is great. I love working with it and editing photos. It has all the features that you may need except a few. I would defiantly recommend this to someone. The user interface is simple enough to use, and if you don’t get it, then there is a helpful guide. I would love to see a few improvements however. It would be great to see some background blur capabilities for non pro users. I came to this app from Adobe Photoshop Express, on the iPhone. I liked it because you could add any amount of background, or foreground blur you wanted. But I switched to Lightroom as you need to pay for pro features to get the image in good quality. Here In Lightroom, you don’t need pro to get good image quality. But that background blur would be great. I don’t know if it is already a pro feature, but if it is, could you make it a non pro feature? I would pay for it if it wasn’t a subscription. But other than that, Great app, would probably recommend it.
  • Lightroom CC review Nov 21, 2017

    By Colin Robertson
    Despite my apprehension to changes in the business model, I like the direction Adobe is taking with Lightroom on iOS... Brush edits are HUGE. The performance is great. It's also nice to see global detail tools, the old way to sharpen on iOS didn't make as much sense (although sharpening on desktop LR is still easier when holding Option). The UI refresh brings it more in line with desktop LR (editing tools on the right), and it seems much faster to navigate through the different tool groups, but now that the tools are persistent, there’s no way to edit "full screen" anymore. I like the change to one finger touch to preview edits (from a three finger touch in the prior version of the app), but I find myself missing a good way to preview individual adjustments. Would still like to see perspective adjustments, HDR & panorama merging, cloning & healing, smart fill (desktop too—one of the few features that keeps me coming back to Photoshop), and the ability to switch camera color profiles. Most of these requests would be moot if we could get full resolution (adjusted) raw files out of Lightroom so they can be round-tripped with other photo editing apps, but if you began the process on the desktop, you’re limited to editing smart previews of full images... Despite all that, Lightroom CC is a fantastic iPad experience and I'm more optimistic about this update than not. It's faster, easier to navigate and the brush editing is awesome.
  • Quality editing but lacks organization May 14, 2020

    By skraMnoR
    I am impressed by the detail and control over highlights and shadows. Sharpening is to notch. However the simplest of organizational tasks are missing. I need to be able to tag batches of photos. It's plain silly to not have this functionality in a pro app design to organize and edit photos. A smaller task would be to make user presets available to Siri Shortcuts. I shoot B&W film almost exclusively. I have a shortcut on my iPad that will import to LR, any photo that I put into a specific folder in Apple Photos and then delete it from photos. During that process, I can apply any LR built in preset. However there is no INVERT preset. So I made one using curves and saved it as a user preset. Siri Shortcuts cannot see that. I have to load photos from my SD card to photos app, batch invert them in Pixelmater photo, then import to LR. For an app with monthly subscription, it is still lecking some basic functionality.
  • Love the app but could use color calibration May 2, 2020

    By hepkat23
    I like being able to be away from my desktop as much as possible being a creative who avoids that kind of grind. This is why I welcomed the addition of Lightroom and now Photoshop for iPad Pro. One thing missing: Color calibration. I know many other users only do “simple edits” on iPads only to return to the big computer for final touch up, but that seem silly. My wish this whole time that iPads have been out has been to make my workflow more organic feeling like drawing or something. Sure windows tablets may work but I don’t like their stylus feel compared to iPad. Is it that adobe doesn’t want to pay xrite or whoever for licensing the profiles? I wish Apple would do it system wide, but not holding my breath. Some of us still print adobe, so pretty please....
  • Time to make it perfect Mar 21, 2019

    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.
  • One of the Best Jan 13, 2019

    By ..Ken..
    I’ve resisted buying into the subscription based structure of Adobe for a few years trying alternatives like Corel Paintshop Pro which has come a long way and Affinity Photo which is good, but none really compare to Adobe products. I’ve finally caved in and bought an Adobe subscription and it was a good decision. Lightroom CC for the iPad is a great lightweight photo editing app complimenting the more powerful desktop app. Having Adobe cloud storage makes editing on the go a breeze. I am really looking forward to getting my hands on the upcoming Photoshop app for the iPad Pro for some more serious editing on the go. I’ve given it 4 out of 5 stars because of the limitation due to the iOS file system not Adobe, though Adobe is trying to overcome that with its latest update.
  • A credible app Jan 10, 2018

    By EricBirder
    I’ve been using this app for a while, and Adobe has been actively developing it at a quick pace. In fact the changes come fast enough it’s sometimes hard to keep up, but the app continues to be stable and useable. It allows me to sort through my photos and perform meaningful edits on them though there are things missing that the desktop app can do. Still, it handles nearly all of my needs. One of the weak spots is handling metadata like keywords. There’s some support for captions but none for maps nor labels and titles. One peculiar limitation that I see no reason for is that the app only lets you crop so small—there’s a minimum size. I can crop tighter on the desktop. Not sure why this limit exists, but I have to recrop some photos on the desktop.
  • Needs trash icons Jun 25, 2021

    By dillinger1329
    I’ve been using this app for years and I absolutely love it for on the go projects. The only issue I have with it is when importing photos directly from the sd or camera roll, it’s to many steps just to delete one photo. Having to click on the 3 dots, then click on organize and finally delete photo just for another prompt asking how you’d like to remove it is just way too time consuming for someone who is uploading several photos at once. A simple trash icon added to the top of the app would be idea for for everyone. Eliminate some steps it takes to remove the photos so we don’t have to do 3 steps for every photo we want to remove from the albums.
  • A thought for lefties Jul 4, 2020

    By JPh-T
    I recently came back to LR mostly because of the iPad version. Not to upload raw images (network connections make it hardly usable for me) but to run through some quick edits using smart previews. The thing that bugs me the most though is not being able to move the tools to the left-hand side! I am a lefty and having controls on the right makes using the pencil painful: you have your hand in front of the screen while making adjustments! That’s a shame because the way local adjustments works on the iPad version is actually better than on CC: you get a preview before painting. All-in-all, not a deal breaker but something to consider in future versions :)
  • Almost there. Sep 7, 2017

    By Jjrwalsh
    Almost everything that I need for my real estate photography business to work in the field. All the tools that I am used to in the desktop version plus incredible speed on my iPad Pro. I can actually work faster than on my own computer. Raw files work great. The only thing for me is the line straightening for 2 of the 3 axis' is missing in this version compared to the desktop. Everything else is great in my opinion. That being said, anyone doing architectural or buildings professionally NEEDS this feature. I hope us in this field will be important enough for adobe to include in future versions.
  • Pros on the go could make better use of iPad for Lightroom with catalogs, batch-editing functions Oct 10, 2019

    By jqualls87
    I’m a photojournalist. I often find myself in situations where editing photos with Lightroom for iPad would make my life a lot easier, but it’s just not practical at the moment. Half the time I’m traveling and don’t have the luxury of going back to the office to edit on tight deadlines, so I have to carry around my massive MacBook Pro everywhere I go (and unpack my life at the nearest coffee shops in my path). Now that iPad OS is out and external hard drives are supported, it would be wonderful to see an update with catalogs, smart previews and batch-editing functions so I can actually use this app and take greater advantage of my iPad Pro’s powerful capabilities and smaller package. Such an update would also allow me to comfortably edit from my car on location, rather than having to go out of the way and find a place to hunker down and edit. I can see this app being a fine editor for photographers who have looser deadlines and more time to make fine adjustments, but the lack of these essential features renders it obsolete to photographers who could most benefit from its promise of mobility.
  • Amazing for amateurs. Not ready for pros Dec 19, 2018

    By Prophotog10000
    The interface is great and operates smoothly and the processing is as good as the desktop version. Unfortunately, there are a few basic problems that make the product borderline unusable for pros. 1. Sorting by capture time is broken because it doesn’t go to the millisecond. Therefore, if you shoot at more than one frame per second (eg. sports, action, kids, weddings), your photos will be out of order. 2. There does not seem to be a way to batch apply a preset to multiple photos. You instead have to select the preset on one of them and then paste it onto each photo individually. 3. No ability to make a virtual copy or easily duplicate a photo. 4. This is the biggie that is the number one thing keeping this from being a professional tool. You can’t batch rename photos either on import or export or any other time. Like all professionals, and I’m sure many amateurs, I rename files with the date, subject, and a sequential counter so that they can be identified easily and don’t look like I just copied them straight from my camera. I hope that everyone that reads this tells Adobe they need to add this feature!
  • Sep 24, 2021

    By Faruk Yazıcı
    I have an "Import Finished" notification that cannot be dismissed. There must be a problem with notifications please fix it. Samsung Note 10 Plus. And many photos ara failing with "One photo failed to import". This is not okay, I'm a premium user and can't use app properly.
  • It is a great start Dec 9, 2017

    By mikebrodt
    I have been using Photoshop and Lightroom for years. Finally having them on an iPad Pro is huge. I can leave my laptop home. I can use the Apple Pencil. This is the new model for the modern creative. That being said... There are A LOT of missing features from Lightroom Classic. Way too many to list here. The ones of note: there are no real print options (even ordering) or books, or any of the back half of a workflow. There are also no options for storing other places (Adobe Cloud only... we’ll get to that), and no smart collections or versions. If, these, or any others from the laundry list are critical for your workflow, stick with Classic for now. You can still sync collections to Lightroom CC from Classic. Adobe, here is the single biggest feature you need: unlimited cloud storage. Right now, you can only store to Creative Cloud, which is okay, except for the exorbitant costs you are charging for storage. 1 TB is one day shooting for many photographers, especially those with high end DSLRs. 10 TB should not be $100s of dollars a month. A 2TB hard drive is $80 online. Google GIVES away UNLIMITED storage. Here’s the deal: your AI, Sensei, needs images to learn from. You give us unlimited storage, and Sensei would have an enormous library to learn from. I believe Adobe will get there. If Lightroom CC gets unlimited storage at a reasonable cost, and other crucial features added, this will be the new best photo tool for photographers.
  • Oct 13, 2021

    By Priyadarshine Law
    I am unable to import photos from my gallery now. I have been using this app for a long time. It works like a charm. But lately after the update, it's showing problems in importing photos.
  • Requires monthly sub for RAW editing May 15, 2020

    By Aidan not Aiden
    The Lightroom app allows you to adjust overall lighting, color, etc. like the desktop version. There are also many presets available for overall adjustments. If you want to do any spot editing or adjust perspective, you need a monthly subscription. You also need a monthly subscription if you want to do ANY editing whatsoever to RAW image files. RAW is not supported on the free version. For this reason, this app doesn’t meet my needs right now. If you’re looking for a good basic app to adjust tone and white balance, this is great. If you’re willing to commit to an indefinite monthly subscription plan, you’ll also probably get a lot out of this. If you’re an amateur photographer like myself who wants to get a little more experience learning to make the most out of editing programs before committing to a subscription, this probably isn’t the app for you.
  • Aug 31, 2021

    By Aaron Chavez
    Upgraded to the galaxy z fold 3.. app needs some work. If you guys put some work into it, it could be a major game changer.. pictures displayed while editing are much too small. Theres no option to make the editing section smaller (takes up the whole right side of the screen). And for some reason, images take forever to export everyonce in a while. Ive waited up to 5 minutes for a single largest dimension @90% picture. Ridiculous.
  • Unacceptably Buggy Dec 25, 2020

    By B3n S6z
    Maybe it’s just me, but Lightroom crashes constantly. Importing photos from my camera’s SD card crashes it... I just imported a few dozen photos and it crashed three times. Afterwards, it crashed while uploading too. I’ve also had it freeze my entire device. Sometimes the device stops responding for a long time and then just reboots. (It’s been frozen so thoroughly that even holding down the power button did nothing.) I’ve also had it run my iPad battery from full to empty in 30 minutes. The features are nice, but the quality is keeping me from switching to it. That, in turn, is keeping me from shooting RAW because Apple Photos doesn’t support my Fujifilm X-S10 camera’s RAW format very well. I’ll try again in a year.
  • Worth the subscription Sep 11, 2017

    By bandofstallions
    If you deal with thousands of new photos in a month, capture RAW, and feel like you've outgrown Photos, Lightroom is your next step. Syncing with Adobe Cloud works fairly well. My Mac has a lot of photos on an external drive (Photos doesn't know how to do this well). However, all those pics are accessible on my Mac when the drive is unplugged, as well as my iPad and iPhone. The only downside is the apps don't feel 100% native. When you swipe from photo to photo, the easing feels a bit Android-like. Photos has smooth-as-butter easing. Minor annoyance. It would be nice to directly import SD card pics into Lightroom on iPad without first using Photos.
  • Barely usable for professionals May 9, 2020

    By JChord07
    I mean that as in, it has the basics, but weeks after iOS version that has trackpad support, it still has not been updated to support trackpads or mice (scrolling). Professionals will be wanting this sorely as they try to leave their MacBooks. The problem is the swiftness of the company. I understand we’re in WFH mode right now, but developers have had a long time to implement this since the advent of iOS (with basic mouse support in the form of accessibility settings). I now sit here flabbergasted that it hasn’t arrived yet. I’m sure it’ll be done, but 3/5 stars for now. Guess it’s back to the sofa for me with my Apple Pencil since of at my work desk with my trackpad.
  • Nice editor,but...don’t buy Premium! Oct 20, 2018

    By Tokyo John H
    This is a fine editor for photos on the iPad, in fact I liked it enough that I thought I might try working on my pro camera raw photos via Adobe Cloud while traveling. However, my Adobe Cloud account (arranged by my employer) only has 2GB max, which is very limited. When this LR CC mobile app prompted me to buy the Premium version, offering additional Adobe Cloud storage, I jumped on it. But after trying it out, I found that my Adobe Cloud storage was still capped at 2GB. Trying to get help, I was diverted to unrelated Adobe help forum topics. And when I tried to talk to Adobe directly, they told me I had to go through my employer...even through this premium upgrade was a purchase I made out of my own pocket, under the stated promise that it would include additional cloud storage. I feel like I was ripped off, and I would demand my money back but my time is more valuable than the amount I paid. I guess I will just have to find another solution, but there aren’t many options. The market is dominated by a few mega-corporations who don’t care about serving their customers, they do everything they can to prevent us from getting help when needed, and they always err on the side of denying us the product we thought we were entitled to when making the purchase.
  • Sep 9, 2021

    By Charlotte Willhite
    It gets two stars only for the fact that I love some the stuff I can do to my images. However it keeps crashing. Uninstalling and reinstalling usually fixes it for a few minutes, but it won't load my images. I have issues importing and exporting. It is more hassle than it is worth, and I am looking for other alternatives.
  • So Close Nov 8, 2018

    By Chris-low
    I am a long time Lightroom User from CS4 to CC. I recently decided to stray away from my usual computer routine and go for a more hands on approach. So I bought a Brand New iPad Pro 11”. First there are a lot of latency and rendering issues, especially with the selective brush adjustment tool. At points it would take 6-10 seconds just to catch up to me. Even on a brand new photo with no edits, zooming in takes a second to process. I only used raw photos for this test. Also, the app is not designed for the new iPads because the interface does not even go edge to edge on my 11” iPad. The interface itself is well designed and very easy to transition from the desktop version. A couple VERY important features I am missing is auto-mask and the ability to export as a raw or .tif. It completely defeats the purpose of having the paid mobile app if I have to jump back and forth between my iPad and my desktop to do trivial functions like export as tif. Please optimize this apps performance for the new iPad 11” and 12.9”. Please add export options!!
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Christopher Banks
    One of the best mobile editors on the market. Which isn't saying much because the all lack basic features. Example, phone take both JPEG and DNC images and places them in same folder. If I want to just view one type, I can't. If I want to sort so I see JPEG first, I can't. Luckily they get them image editing part right.
  • Sep 2, 2021

    By tanya morgan
    Not sure what happened. Very sad, my presets are gone, where are they? I didn't buy them, made them, tons of hrs and they're gone. Also none of my photos that were on there will load up, why won't they load? So sad. Everything is different and I'm so not liking it! Never thought I would be rating it bad when I rated!🙄
  • Disappointment after disappointment Oct 16, 2019

    By demusicguy
    I want to love it but can’t. The iPad Pro hardware is finally here but Adobe doesn’t seem to be listening to customers. Forum after forum, I see requests for simple every day tasks to be implemented and nothing is generally done to improve overall workflow and compatibility. Adobe products used to just work which is why many pros like myself have supported them for years. Every release in the last several years has felt beta and never fully developed. I never thought I’d be considering making a switch to other platforms but I’m just about there with the garbage apps they’ve been putting out. It’s almost 2020 and the best they can come up with for an external editor is an amateur version of Photoshop. I realize this is general feedback but hopefully someone is listening and developers can do better to produce products and features that we really need to do what we do best, create. I’m sick of workarounds for an expensive subscription based service. End rant lol.
  • Sep 11, 2021

    By Stephanie Yu
    This is the 3rd time my photos have stopped showing up in Lightroom. They're all blacked out unless I click on them one by one. Also I keep getting an error about about photos failing to import when trying to add new photos. Not sure how it was fixed before, but I wish Adobe would give solutions to fix this.
  • Has some features missing from iPad photoshop, but it’s weirdly excluded from the ecosystem Dec 5, 2020

    By PkMn Trainer Chris
    Coming away from being impressed with iPad photoshop, I was hoping lightroom would stand in as a nice raw processor that could work with it. But it seems like they made Lightroom for people who only use Lightroom. Why does it need to import photos before I can use them, and an even bigger question, why do I log into creative cloud with this but it can’t see the files saved to my creative cloud? I had to use the CC app to grab a raw to test this with. It also doesn’t have any obvious integration with photoshop, so unless I missed it, there’s no simple way to take your edit to photoshop for more work (like with camera raw on desktop) It does have features that iPad photoshop is currently missing, the biggest being raw processing and content aware (available via the healing brush.) Hopefully this means these features will be in photoshop soon, I wouldn’t want to get deep into using content aware on an image unless I had the ability to work with layers as in photoshop. Its core capabilities are good, but its exclusion from the ecosystem makes it awkward to use. There’s a very clear path for how I might use photoshop cleanly with the files on my iPad or on CC, and thus on my desktop. Lightroom feels more like it would rather live on the iPad, which I don’t like as much
  • One major issue Jan 20, 2018

    By CRP6/30/10
    Lightroom CC has a lot of excellent elements going for it, however, the biggest issue makes for a very poor user experience. Every time one adjusts a setting, be it a color temp. adjustment, highlight, exposure, etc., the image blurs as the application processes the change. When this happens one’s eye tries to focus and cannot until the program complete the processing (which typically is pretty quick, however, when shooting with a 42 MP camera in RAW files tend to take longer to process). I cannot use this program long without getting headaches. I’ve learned to focus on the histogram when making adjustments to settings, which helps some, but it is difficult to evaluate the effect without seeing the actual results to the image being developed. Hopefully Adobe will come up with a fix pronto, especially for those of us who pay monthly for the program.
  • Extremely limited compared to the desktop version Jul 13, 2021

    By I'm so awesome me
    Useful when it comes to saving and viewing photos across devices; however it pales in comparison to the desktop version of Lightroom. Editing images is unsophisticated and limited: there are no selective modifiers (color, luminance, etc.) for selective editing and the zoom-in functionality totally inhibits access to the corners of the photos, making it nearly impossible to carefully deselect the areas needed to compensate for the lack of modifiers. This is a rudimentary app, useful only if you’re only looking to utilize the basic general functionalities (light, color, detail, effects). That being said, this app comes nowhere close to the full range of functional capability demonstrated by the desktop version and is generally lacking if your desire is to obviate reliance on a desktop/laptop editing process.
  • 15 Photo Export Max? What the... Apr 7, 2018

    By Charles Ahlstrom
    I downloaded Lightroom mobile as I’m really wanting to move away from desktop and laptop editing, and LR Mobile seemed promising. I LOVE the UI and functionality of this app, and can do about 95% of the work I need to right from my iPad Pro, and I was actually a bit blown away by its speed and capabilities. Then I went to export about 100 photos I had taken with my Panasonic G9 and edited in Lightroom Mobile. I thought the iPad was glitching, or I had toggled a setting that I didn’t know about, because I wasn’t able to export more than 15 photos at a time. After doing a bit of digging I’ve found that this is done on purpose. The reason being that Lightroom isn’t able to render in the background, but that doesn’t make any sense as I’m sure we’re all more than willing to leave the app open and running in the foreground until the export is complete. This is a preposterous number of images to export at one time. Give us at least 100 images, as we could work with that limitation; but only 15? That quite literally renders this entire app, and all the hard work these developers put into it, totally useless. A 5 star app turned to a 1 star app due to a major oversight. I’ll most likely be looking for ways of leaving Adobe after about 15 years of exclusively using their products, if they don’t get their $#!+ together asap. FIX THIS RIDICULOUS LIMITATION ADOBE, PLEASE!
  • Oct 7, 2021

    By Egyptian Sphinx
    Warning: This app reduces image size when you export. Totally sneaky too! The exported images have the same dimensions but the resolution is dropped from 300dpi to 72dpi. Luckily, I kept the originals. What a very crafty trick not mentioning that the app ruins image quality. What's the point of this app for mobiles then when it exports low res images? I read it's also an issue on iOS. I was starting to enjoy this app as well... what a shame! USELESS APP IF YOU CARE ABOUT IMAGE QUALITY!
  • Sep 21, 2021

    By Blind
    Garbage. It supposedly has all these amazing features, a full suite of terrific tools to turn your amateur photos into fantastic works of art. Nope. It has nothing that even the Facebook editor already has not to mention the tools you actually want, like editing specific parts of a photo or writing on it, adding ANY color, are all locked behind a 50 DOLLAR paywall. Avoid this trash. Seriously. Anyone who says this is good is a child.
  • Oct 5, 2021

    By Md. Mustafizur Rahman
    I used to love this app. Now it is completely ruined. Didn't edit anything for a long time and when I entered, says create and account and then it shows cannot edit raw files+trial expired. Disappointed on ADOBE. Never gonna use any Adobe products ever in my life. Its all about your business and not people's interest.
  • Oct 14, 2021

    By Nosipho Happiness
    This App When I Started Using It Was Great!..But When Days Past By It Started Misbehaving,And It Doesn't Wanna Import My Presests.And When Ever I'm Editing A Picture..The App Will Start All Over Again,And I Must Start From Scratch.But Since It Started Misbehaving..Imma Give It One Star..I Hope You Can Fix This, Otherwise I Wouldn't Recommend Thid To Anyone.
  • Oct 9, 2021

    By Kira Shagrath
    For some reason it won't show photos that were taken through Instagram camera. And if you try to upload them manually - it says "failed to import". Does anybody know how to resolve this problem? (it used to work perfectly in the past, so...)
  • Sep 5, 2021

    By Olivia M
    App keeps stopping, beyond frustrated and it will not allow me to import or edit. It is up to date and everything. In addition it's counting down a trial I never signed up for. I contacted support multiple times and agents tell me there is no trial. So on top of not working, it's counting down a nonexistent trial. September 4th 2021 update: The app is still trash.
  • Sep 14, 2021

    By Melvin Thong
    I have just subscribed to the application. Unfortunately the application kept crashing on my Samsung Note 10 mobile phone when I navigate around to edit the photos. The screen will freeze randomly and prompt to close the application. The same problem persist after restart the application. My Samsung Note 10 is running on Android 11. It is a bad user experience and practically couldn't edit the photos. I am thinking of stopping the subscription after the 60 days trial period.
  • Sep 7, 2021

    By Kate Harrison
    CONSTANTLY CRASHING - It freezes up, shows a black screen, kicks me out, sometimes reloads but all for nothing since it will just freeze up again, and when it actually DOES work, then won't export a photo - "this may take a moment," followed by spinning and waiting, then crashing. My device is NOT low on storage, and I have uninstalled and reinstalled, and still no good. I have paid monthly for this app for years and I expect it to WORK - FIX IT PLEASE
  • Sep 14, 2021

    By Timothy Smallwood
    When first installed about a year ago on Google pixel 4a photos very overexposed and low saturation. Auto adjust gave awful magenta tint both on phone and on pc. With great difficulty could recover some sort of image. Some months later it fixed itself and all was well. Recently the same old problem has returned. Have reinstalled LR and restarted phone but no change. Now I have to use phone's camera app and import to LR.

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