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Editors' Review

Adobe Lightroom Mobile brings you the same essential functions as the computer app with the same name, enabling you to organize, edit, and share a variety of image files (including RAW).


Sleek design: Adobe Lightroom Mobile looks great, featuring a sleek black interface that maintains many design elements from the computer version of the software, making this app easy to get used to if you've already tried the latter. Thanks to the design, you can create collections or sync files with a tap, quickly swipe your way through many photos, and edit files intuitively, through large, responsive buttons and sliders.

Convenient photo editor and organizer: This app puts indispensable image retouching features for adjusting colors, tones, or contrast, as well as organizational tools for quickly flagging and rejecting images, or viewing their metadata on your smartphone or tablet.

Extends the functionality of the computer app: If you're already running the computer version of this software, having this app on your smartphone and tablet can streamline your image management process, helping you to organize and upload to the Adobe Cloud the images you take with your mobile camera and access them more quickly on your computer, as well as view and edit images uploaded to the cloud through your PC on the go. You'll especially like the cloud-syncing feature, which basically unifies your mobile and computer photo collections.


Low disk space warning: As you import images from your device or SD card into this app, you may get a warning that you're running out of storage space, even if there is plenty of free space on your device. To fix this, you have to go to the app's settings and tap on Clear Cache.

Requires plenty of storage space: To use cloud syncing and import files to the app without issues, you should have at least a few free GBs on your mobile device's SD card.

Bottom Line

Adobe Lightroom Mobile turns out to be the good-quality product we expected from Adobe, bringing professional and amateur photographers alike the most essential features they need for importing, sorting, enhancing, and uploading their files to the cloud. It's not a replacement for Photoshop, but an app that helps you prepare images for it. If you have a large collection of photos on your device, you should definitely give this app a go.

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Full Specifications

What's new in version 4.0

- People View: Quickly find the people you care about, with the Adobe Sensei-powered People View

- Search Improvements: Now, search suggestions are presented as you start typing

- Improved high-ISO rendering

- Additional Sharing Options for 'Share to Web': Choose to only share flagged photos or photos with a certain star rating or higher, and more

- New Guided Tutorials

- ACR integration: Support for latest cameras and lenses; Full list --


Publisher Adobe Systems
Publisher web site
Release Date November 10, 2018
Date Added November 10, 2018
Version 4.0


Category Digital Photo Software
Subcategory Digital Photo Tools

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Android
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size Not Available
File Name External File


Total Downloads 7,962
Downloads Last Week 44


License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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