Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Android gets a redesign


Probably the biggest new change is the new Brush Selection tool, which lets you create precise selections and apply various basic adjustments to any photo. The same is true when working with an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.

Adobe Lightroom is getting an update today that apparently includes a completely redesigned interface.

The update, which brings Lightroom Mobile up to version 3.0 on Android, also adds general stability improvements to the app, so if you were having issues before, there's a good chance they'll been ironed out. You're also now given direct hold over the reins of Noise Reduction and Sharpening, which has been oft-requested by the regular users of Lightroom. With this redesign, the app is said to deliver a more native and natural experience. Both the Selective Editing and Standard Editing modes have been reworked to work better for Android, plus an updated Organize View has been worked in. The interface in particular has been redesigned.

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You can use Lightroom for free, but a few features require logging in with a Creative Cloud account.

Adobe states that the interface is now more typical of the Android operating system and is faster and more efficient.