Today, Adobe released the latest version of its mobile Lightroom app for Android. Version 1.2 comes loaded with a handful of new features and a number of bug fixes and performance improvements. It’s available to download right now, and is the latest in a long run of awesome, recently updated Creative Cloud apps for mobile.
Lightroom for Android 1.2 includes the ability to edit images really quickly by copying image adjustments and pasting them on to another photo. It’s a huge time-saver and will allow mobile photographers to get the same style, or look, across all their images from a particular shoot. There’s also a new re-designed interface for cropping, aligning and auto-straightening pictures.
Adding to the time-saving user interface changes is the new segmented view in Collections, offering a new way to see your gallery of images. Finally, there’s now RAW file support for Panasonic CM1 users.
Bug Fixes include:
- Screen occasionally went blank after changing the orientation from landscape to portrait.
- Lightroom could crash when customers tap the sign-in button.
- Fixed issue that could cause crashes when scrolling through a large collection and changing the device orientation from portrait to landscape (or vice versa).
- Hardware back button was not closing any contextual menus.
- Slow performance when swiping from image to image.
- Copying or moving an image into a different collection was not working correctly. Please note that this issue only occurred on certain Samsung tablets.
- Lightroom sometimes caused automated logouts.
- Edits not visible when sharing photos to certain 3rd party apps and services.
- Crash occurred when occasionally navigating from grid view to collections view.
You can download the app for free from the Play Store from today, and it’s compatible with any Android device running 4.1 or later.