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Adobe releases Lightroom 2 for Android with support for RAW image capture

Adobe Lightroom Mobile

#Adobe has just released Lightroom 2 for #Android, bringing support for RAW image capture. This improves on every aspect compared to the predecessor, so it’s a worthy upgrade and a must have for photo editing enthusiasts. Among the list of changes with this new iteration is the ability to capture RAW or .dng images directly from the app.

This will give users improved controls over the photos they take and edit, making for a pleasurable experience overall. For the time being, the app is a free download, although users might require a subscription of Creative Cloud in order to make certain changes. Getting the Creative Cloud subscription will unlock practically every feature on the app, including inter-device syncing, so it might be worth a look if you take your mobile photo editing seriously.

Naturally, Adobe has only just announced this new version of Lightroom for Android, so not everybody will be able to see it on the Google Play Store. But rest assured, Lightroom 2 for Android should be up for grabs on a global scale in the days to come.

Source: Adobe Blog