by Brent Dirks
May 27, 2014
Adobe has just updated the official app of Revel, its cloud-based storage service that automatically syncs photos and videos between devices. And it makes the service a little more enticing, especially for free users. Free Revel accounts can now store up to 2GB of photos and videos on the service, which should be enough for around 1,000 photos. While that new storage amount isn’t exactly impressive, it’s at least better than the previous limit for free accounts - 50 uploaded photos per month. To help make the app easier to use, Adobe has also tweaked its look and feel. A universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini, Adobe Revel can be downloaded now on the App Store for free. The premium subscription, which allows for unlimited photo uploads and more, can be unlocked with an in-app purchase of $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. Before the most recent update, version 2.2 of the app arrived back in December of last year. That brought support for unlimited share libraries, RAW file format support for Premium users, and support for album cover art selection. For other app news today, see: The Latest Beamly TV App Update Is All About Improving Search, Reeder 2 Updated With Background App Refresh Plus Lots Of Improvements, and Audiobooks App Goes 6.0 With iOS 7 Redesign, Podcast Support And More.
Adobe Revel - Cloud access for all your photos and videos