The powerful image editor Adobe Photoshop Lightroom has just been updated to version 2.2 with a number of nice improvements.
Anyone with an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus can now Peek and Pop images in the Camera Roll view.
The most notable new feature is the ability to output images at full resolution. That means that the app will allow users to export and share photos that were captured or added on their iOS device without any limitations.
Previously, iOS users were limited to a maximum of 2,560 pixels on the longest side of the image. But the new version should handle any image, including panoramas captured by an iOS device, with ease.
Adobe has also added more 3D Touch support for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users. In the Camera Roll browser view, a short touch will give you a Peek at the image. A longer press will Pop the photo onto the full screen.
An update back in December allowed users of those handsets to press on the app’s icon to launch a number of Quick Actions. The Peek and Pop functionality was added to the Grid View.
3D Touch support first arrived back in December
Just to note, you can edit images on your device for no charge. But if you want to access your photos on other devices, including a PC, you’ll need to have an Adobe Creative Cloud Photography subscription. You’ll need to shell out $9.99 per month to subscribe, but new users do receive a free 30-day trial.
With the added 3D Touch support and full resolution output, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom continues to make its case as one of the best image editors available for your iPhone or iPad. Definitely check it out if you’re looking for a powerful and free option.
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