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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom gets ‘Android native’ interface and more with latest update

Adobe has updated its Photoshop Lightroom app with some minor but important changes. There aren’t any new features available, but the app now does have an Android native’ interface. It has been designed from the ground up and should be a lot easier to use.

Additionally, the update also adds support for the latest cameras and lenses found in the ACR 9.12 release and has general stability improvements on board, which should make it run smoother and faster.

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For those of you who don’t know, Photoshop Lightroom allows you to edit photos as well as capture them with the in-app Adobe camera. You have a bunch of tools at your disposal ranging from simple one-tap presets to more advanced adjustments and corrections. The app has quite a few other useful features including the option to revert back to the original version of an image with just one tap and copying your favorite edits across photos.

If you already have the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom app installed on your device, just update it to gain access to the new features. Otherwise, you can download it from the Play Store below.

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