The Adobe Lightroom mobile app on Android has just received support for RAW or .dng images, allowing deeper controls from stock/unedited images. This requires your device to be running on at least Android 5.0 to function as RAW image support was baked in by default with Lollipop.
The Adobe Lightroom mobile app is also compatible with tablets now courtesy of this update. Also, users who have a microSD card installed on their device can save and edit pictures directly from there without having to push images to the native storage.
These features are making their way with the latest update to the Lightroom app for Android. Adobe claims that the RAW image editing feature is an exclusive to the Android version at this point. If you have the app installed, you should see an update sometime soon. If not, you can try heading over to Google Play and see if an update is waiting for you.
Via: Android Central