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Tue, Apr 8, 2014 7:49 PM

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Lightroom Mobile: Support for Android

As a paying CC customer, who pays as much for your product as those who chose to own Apple products, I feel it's a little bit unfair to give preference to a certain subgroup solely based on their device choices.

I do understand how software is released and that it does take some amount of work to get it working on the various Android hardware, but I just want to make sure you know (I'm sure you do) that there are many of us out there that want to have this feature too.

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Adobe Administrator

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7 y ago

Lightroom mobile for Android is planned: http://www.adobe.com/products/lightro...

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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296 Points

Count me in for a Lightroom for Android-beta, I have a huge choice of Android-devices.

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172 Points

I'd be very interested in it too!

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62 Points

I would like to be part of the Android beta testing too

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164 Points

I am also happy to contribute to testing

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64 Points

I would like to be involved in beta testing for android

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Jeff, I have the bandwidth, and desire, to dedicate to this on my android tablet. How do we get in touch with you to formally get involved? Thanks!

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180 Points

I would like to Beta lest. I have a CC Photography Subscription. Tablet is a Galaxy Tab S 10.1.

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62 Points

Count me in

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Adobe Administrator

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6 y ago

We're at a stage where we're looking for folks who are interested in joining our prerelease to help beta test Lightroom mobile for Android. If you have time to commit and you're interested let me know.

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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120 Points

I'd be happy to try this out.

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I'll certainly do some beta testing for you!

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104 Points

Great, I'd be happy to try it, so long as it's not going to mess with my data in Lightroom on my main Win64 PC. On Android, I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, and HTC One M8, though I'm unlikely to use it for real on the latter.

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You could set up a separate catalog for testing Bruce. That's always a good plan when doing prerelease, as things regularly get messed up!

Victoria Bampton a.k.a. The Lightroom Queen

www.lightroomqueen.com

Author of Adobe Lightroom Classic - The Missing FAQ and Adobe Lightroom - Edit Like a Pro books.

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Thanks for the tip Victoria, sounds a good plan. I back up regularly anyway.

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I'm interested in beta testing.

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I'd be very happy to to try it and help as much as I can.

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438 Points

I would love to try the Lightroom Android Beta.

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60 Points

Hello,

I want to help beta test Lightroom Mobile for Android.

greetings

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60 Points

I am would love to participate. I am a photographer and software developer.

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70 Points

I'm extremely interested in helping your team with this beta.

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Would like to participate. Own a nexus 7 tablet and a Note 3 phone.

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60 Points

I'd Like to be a beta tester

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60 Points

Would like to participate. Own a Galaxy S5 phone and Galaxy Tab Pro tablet

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60 Points

I like to partisipat to beta. I own Nexus 7 2013 LTE and MotoG 2014.

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Hi Jeff,

I'd love to test, count me in!

I have a Samsung Galaxy S 8.3" tab, and also a Samsung Galaxy S4 phone.

Thanks,
THH

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60 Points

I'd Like to be a beta tester

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60 Points

I am interested too. Nexus 9

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I would like to participate. How do I sign on

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62 Points

I would be very interested in testing this beta too.

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70 Points

I would like to participate as well

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100 Points

I would be willing. I use it a lot on ipad

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70 Points

Please add my name to the list of beta-testers for LR Android. Thank you.

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390 Points

Not sure of the right process here, but I have the time and interest to work on the LR Mobile for Android beta program. Regards, Richard.

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70 Points

I'm also eagerly waiting for that one, as I have left the ios world never to come back. Do you have some sort of eta? The only thing that's stopping me from joining the photo cloud is the lack of support for Android. You can definitely count on me to thoroughly test a beta version.

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76 Points

I am keen to be part of the Beta test. I have a Galaxy S5 LTE-A, Sony Experia Z tablet and an S3 mini.

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60 Points

I would love to be able to participate in this beta. My Samsung Note 10.1 would be a great tool to add to my workflow if I could and so LR mobile on that platform would be wonderful. Let me know if I need to provide any other information to participate.

Thanks!

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70 Points

Hi,

I'm a LR5 user (not CC yet) and own an Android Wacom Companion Hybrid.
So I am waiting for LR on Android and I woumd be happy to help beta testing.

Thanks
Hi , I would like to test LR Mobile.
I have PS and LR CC, work on PC with Win 8 64.Android devices are a Samsung Note 2 LTE and a Samsung Note 10.1 2014.
A few moments ago, i sent this form: https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/...
I hope i can help :)

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60 Points

Please can I be added to Android Lightroom Beta?

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I know this post is pretty old but I still wanted to give it a try: If there's any chance to get added to the beta-program of Lightroom Mobile. Please let me know. I'd love to participate and actively give you ongoing feedback.

Thanks for your support and cheers!

Oliver

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Adobe Administrator

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6 y ago

Lightroom mobile for Android phones is released.

http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjourn...
Adobe Photography Products

Quality Engineering - Customer Advocacy

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Just phones or Tablets as well?

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1681307

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I'm not sure why this question doesn't warrant a confirmation - I don't have an Android phone or tablet, but I'm still curious..

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Agreed. Now that I realize you can't import canon cr2 files into it I'm not sure how much use their is. I got the photo mate r2 app which works well for what I want in an android raw work flow. I still do the critical work on my desktop but it's nice to be able to work with raw files on my tablet and phone.

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See the new comment at the top of this page.
Adobe Photography Products

Quality Engineering - Customer Advocacy

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6 y ago

From: http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjourn...

"Lightroom mobile is optimized for phones running Android 4.1.x and later. The user experience is not yet optimized for tablets and large screen sizes. We have restricted the availability to the screen sizes that we know work the best for the present rather than making it available as a sub optimal experience across all the screen sizes."
Adobe Photography Products

Quality Engineering - Customer Advocacy

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Is there an Android app for tablets something we can expect in the near future?

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7 y ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Lightroom Mobile only for Apple? Why not Android?.


Why is Lightroom Mobile only available for the Apple platform? You are ignoring the other 50% of mankind not addicted/hooked to the Apple eco system...but happily and freely running Android...
Why giving such favors to the company (Jobs cs) which for reasons of technical shortcomings of their iPad managed to kill Adobe's development of Flash.

By the way: I am a great fan of LR on my Windows PC..

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
New tablet developments for Android???.


As a Creative Cloud member who -- unfortunately, it seems from Adobe's viewpoint -- uses the Windows and Android platforms, I'd like to have a little more respect. I understand that your developers are iCentric but will there ever be any of your new developments for Win or Android? Such as the Light magazine and Lightroom Mobile (iPad only) or the new drawing apps (iPlatform only)...

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I feel your pain!

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I'm also eagerly waiting for that one, as I have left the ios world never to come back. Do you have some sort of eta? The only thing that's stopping me from joining the photo cloud is the lack of support for Android. You can definitely count on me to thoroughly test a beta version.

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120 Points

7 y ago

A little more guidance from adobe re the timing for android support for lightroom mobile would be appreciated. I understand the frustration of android users. Give us an idea when we can expect an android version.

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7 y ago

Adobe, seldom, if ever, announces support or time tables for upcoming products/versions.

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7 y ago

Yes it sucks.

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Let' say they announced the date and then couldn't release on time. Would that be worse or better?

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7 y ago

I'm really looking forward to the Android version!

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7 y ago

It's been a long time coming. I have a new Galaxy Tab S 10.5 waiting to run this, and I'm sure there must be many other Android users waiting. I hope it is getting high priority and will be out soon?

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120 Points

7 y ago

ditto that

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7 y ago

Yea, been wanting to subscribe, but their services are a mess. I don't understand why Revel isn't included in the Photography Plan ($5.99 a month is a lot just for that) and I don't understand why they insist on charging Windows/Android/Windows Phone users more for software and services that are effectively crippled on their devices. If you want to do it that way, they make two tiers.

Creative Cloud Photography (Windows) : $6.99/mo
Creative Cloud Photography (Apple Exclusive Club) : $9.99/mo

Going to go look into Corel's photography tools, now...

*limps away*