Lightroom for Android adds better cropping tools, other tweaks in 1.2 update

Along with a batch of bug fixes, you can now copy image adjustments from one photo and paste them on to another.

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Derek Walter

An update to Lightroom for Android adds several new editing capabilities and squashes a ton of bugs.

Adobe says you’re now able to edit images faster by copying image adjustments and pasting them onto another photo. The cropping screen has also been redesigned to bring faster adjustments, alignments, and straightening.

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Adobe has revamped the editing screen in Lightroom for Android.

Some issues that created slow performance, disappearing edits, and the screen mysteriously going black have also been fixed, according to Adobe.

The full changelog is available from the Adobe LIghtroom Journal. The update to the app, which puts you on version 1.2, is on its way to the Google Play Store

The impact on you: Adobe’s suite of tools is the gold standard for photo editing. This update adds some needed features if you plan on more extensive photo work from your Android phone or tablet. However, keep in mind you’ll need a subscription to Adobe’s Creative Cloud to partake.

This story, "Lightroom for Android adds better cropping tools, other tweaks in 1.2 update" was originally published by Greenbot.

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