Adobe Lightroom Android App is Now Available for Free

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The Adobe Lightroom app is now free to use on Android devices. Adobe has finally dropped the requirement of Creative Cloud subscription to download and run the app on Android based devices, the same way it did for iOS devices back in October this year. This awesome news comes into effect with the new update of the Adobe Lightroom android app to version 1.4.

This new and exciting update allows you to edit all your mobile phone photos for free, moreover, it supports the RAW DNG files that are captured by Android devices after the release of Lollipop update (V5.0).

The latest update of Adobe Lightroom Android app has a special and unique feature which allows you to copy and paste the edits from one image to the other (though this feature is available in the desktop version). Till date (as per my knowledge) has not been introduced by any mobile photo editing app such as Snapseed and vscocam.

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But, if you wish to sync your edited photos on your desktop/laptop, unfortunately you will have to buy the Creative Cloud subscription (though you can signup for a trial version). 

 But for me, this is surely a great alternative to my favorite Snapseed android app. What do you think?

Download the official Adobe Lightroom Android app version 1.4 here.

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Kunal Malhotra, a photography enthusiast whose passion for photography started 6 years back during his college days. Kunal is also a photography blogger, based out of Delhi. He loves sharing his knowledge about photography with fellow aspiring photographers by writing regular posts on his blog: The Photography Blogger. Some of his favourite genres of photography are Product, Street, Fitness and Architecture.