The app will only take one photo via bluetooth connect. Second trigger cause the app to preview the 1st photo. Third trigger will launch the volume control. And that's it. One cannot take multiple shots without manually swiping off the preview. This behavior does not occur on the stock camera app, hence it's not the bluetooth connect or triggering problem. New problem. Updated to Android Nougat. Selfie photos are all over expose. No problem with stock camera. This app gets worse and worse. When you need it most ie taking photos it crashes n freezes the phone. Have to wait for the phone to reboot to use again.
Can't get through 5-10 min of editing on a single photo before the app crashes and I lose my work. I'm using a Galaxy S8+ so should be powerful enough to run this app. Just bought the annual subscription and if this is not rectified within the 14 day grace period, I'll be canceling it for a refund. For being mobile this app has great tools to use all around but lacks the brushes tool for local adjustments. Needs some things like that to warrant a continuous monthly payment.
The app is great for when it actually works. Many times I'll be a few minutes into editing a photo and the app crashes and the changes are lost. Please Adobe fix this issue. Current phone is a Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Absolutely fantastic app for cleaning up photos without going into garish filters and effects. It's full of features that lets you simply improve the render and the automatic tools are surprisingly effective. Only gripes are that you can't edit photos directly from the stock gallery or set the camera as the phone's default.
I loved this for editing and storing enhanced pictures. But recently I had 1015 photos and all of a sudden they were purged until there was only 28 stored on Lightroom. Any ideas for a fix?
This app is very good for editing pics but please fix the HDR camera options for other Android mobiles
• HDR support for Samsung S8 and S8+. Full list of supported cameras now - Samsung S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8+, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL
• Improved HDR quality and ghost reduction
• Support for latest cameras and lenses found in the ACR 9.10.1 release (the full list of cameras and lenses supported by Lightroom can be found at https://www.adobe.com/go/supported_cameras )
• General stability improvements