I have a brand new galaxy s7. It lags so bad and runs my phone hot. I also have it on a few tablets, none of which are old. All the same thing. Way to buggy and runs my devices hot.
Well, it's still missing separate highlight/white shadow/black controls, but the algorithms/engine appears to be a big leap forward in performance and image quality. I definitely recommend this over the old version. Good job doing what Adobe can't! EDIT: fixed--the controls are back! And the processing is looking damned good. EDIT NR just keeps getting better and better.
Very fast..LR is dead slow..and consumes lotta data..I am able to get what I could not find elsewhere...excellent bokeh reproduction... simple and easy!!! Full recommendations...
I use this app for 2 years and it was good But it corrupt some of my photos during editing and I can't access my original photo any more I disappointed with this app
Had bought photo mate R2 and on new tablet only r3 is available and only option to buy it again... This is not a good policy!
The best and most complete raw photo editor. Best workflow, as it combines a gallery and editor in a single app. As a Panasonic DMC-CM1 user, it's one of the only apps that edits .RW2 files. In addition to raw development, it has an incredibly powerful feature, photo combining, which is the feature that allows the Google Pixel to achieve it's results - well, now you can too in post-processing, and with more control. Multiple combining modes available, to enhance light, minimize it, remove noise, and more. The developer, Torsten, is very responsive and dedicated. If you have a problem, email him and he'll fix it if he can. On a small screen, the editing interface is admittedly not as elegant as Snapseed, its only real competition in the Play Store. But for serious mobile photographers, R3 is the only real choice.
This update includes a new feature to access storages which are not directly mounted by the device (e.g. external hard drives).
Also, improved support for mouse devices and some language fixes for French users (thanks to Peter Rex)