The mobile version of the app works on its own, of course, but shows its true potential when connected to your computer. Then, using a Creative Cloud account, it syncs collections back and forth, allowing users to edit pictures on the go and automatically updating to the latest version of each photo. All changes are seamlessly and losslessly transferred between devices. For instance, if you begin editing a photo on your iPad, you can continue exactly where you left off on the desktop.
Lightroom for the iPad is a free download but only for those who subscribed to Adobe’s Creative Cloud service. For $10 per month, you get access to Lightroom mobile, in addition to Photoshop CC and Lightroom for desktop. An iPhone and Android version should be available some time later this year.
Download your copy here.