Hey! Amazing new interface, much more user friendly. Also, I'm not sure if you intended the app to behave this way (I don't think so) but it remains fully open in the background, always running, using 230+ MB of RAM. It doesn't close correctly. It's okay if you have a service, but it's behaving as if the app was on the foreground
Loved it until new update. Now seems less is available, at least less easy to find, and won't allow for direct opening to photoshop fix for any healing. Overall still useful and good that it sync to my LR on my desktop just really disappointed at the changes. Might switch back to Photo Editor for my mobile edits though
What were you thinking at when you decided to remove the possibility to see the original picture when tapping on the edited version with three fingers? That was fundamental and I strongly suggest you to take that back. Anyway it's hands down the best editing app for every other aspect. Five stars if it only had the three-finger feature I mentioned back.
Feedback on the new update: Much cleaner more intuitive UI. Should be much easier for new users. Everything is better categorised as well. Suggestion: I would love it if you could edit EXIF data in the app. Location (using Gapps interface) and date/time modification would really help as there are no good apps to do this on mobile.
I am a long time Adobe user and more and more have been trying to edit on the go. I find that even with the new update, the app is constantly locking up and crashing during the editing process. This happens particularly when trying to save edited images. I use a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8". Would give the app 5 stars if it were more stable. It is really very frustrating.
Was my favorite way to edit photos on the go until the latest update. UI is clumsy and the sliders seem to be slow and hard to get where you want, unlike the previous version. Add all of the features Apple has and go back to the old gui I will rate 5 stars.
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• Support for latest cameras and lenses found in the ACR 9.12 release (the full list of cameras and lenses supported by Lightroom can be found at http://www.adobe.com/go/supported_cameras)
• General stability improvements