Adobe yesterday updated Lightroom for Mac with Apple silicon support on the latest M1 machines, such as the new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro and Mac mini. Additionally, Lightroom for Windows has been updated with support for Windows on ARM.
In addition to launching Illustrator for iPad and porting Fresco, its mobile drawing and painting app, over to the iPhone, Adobe today at MAX 2020 announced a bunch of updates to other apps that are part of the CC suite, including Photoshop, Lightroom, After Effects and more.
While software updates are typically designed to add good things, sometimes bad things happen. That's certainly the case with the latest update for Lightroom for iOS.
Adobe today updated Lightroom for iOS, Lightroom for macOS and Lightroom Classic with new features like support for Split View multitasking. It also shared what's in store across 2020.
Photoshop maker Adobe today released an update to its mobile Lightroom app for iPhone and iPad that takes advantage of support for external storage devices in iOS 13 and iPadOS to enable users to directly import images into the app, bypassing the camera roll.
Apple launched macOS Catalina to the public earlier this week, which was not great news for some DJs. And apparently Lightroom and Photoshop users should hold off on updating for the time being, too.
Avid photographers will appreciate a smoother and more responsive Lightroom Classic and RAW on computers, thanks to GPU acceleration, but that's scratching the surface of everything new and improved in the Lightroom ecosystem.
Lightroom has become Adobe's first pro app to be added to Apple's redesigned Mac App Store.
Apple yesterday acknowledged that its photo management and editing software Aperture for Mac will not run in future macOS version after macOS Mojave.
Adobe MAX: The Creativity Conference officially kicked off today, where the Photoshop maker showcased its new Creative Cloud apps, including a next-generation Lightroom and all-new photography plans for customers to take advantage of.
Adobe's mobile Lightroom app is slowly but surely becoming a viable alternative to Google Photos and Apple's Photos app with iCloud Photo Library.
In the most recent update to Lightroom for iPhone and Lightroom for iPad, a dynamic range RAW capture that was previously only possible when shooting with a DSLR or mirrorless camera is now available on latest iOS devices.
Additional improvements in this edition of Lightroom for iOS include 3D Touch support on iPhone 6s/7 series, a Notification Center widget, the ability to export your original images, including DNGs and RAW files, and more.
Photoshop maker Adobe today issued a series of updates to Lightroom for iPhone and iPad, Lightroom CC and Adobe Camera Raw, adding several new features for photographers, including refreshed Edit and Capture interfaces, a new info section and a brand new Professional mode.
Lightroom for iPhone and Lightroom for iPad are available free on the App Store. The Lightroom CC 2015.8 update and Adobe Camera Raw 9.8 are available from Adobe.