As it stands, Adobe has Photoshop Touch available for both iOS and Android, allowing users to edit images while on the go. However for the more professional photographer who might have a different work process, how does the idea of Lightroom on a mobile device sound to you? While we cannot ascertain that Adobe is indeed working on a version of Lightroom for iOS, they are working on something that appears to be pretty similar which could very well turn out to be Lightroom for iOS upon its release.
This software was spotted recently during Kelby Training’s web show, The Grid, as it was shown off by Adobe Lightroom’s product manager, Tom Hogarty. The app ran on a tablet and some of its features appeared to be similar to what Lightroom for the computer offers, such as exposure adjusting, clarity, shadows, highlights, white balance, and even the ability to edit images captured in the RAW format. If you’re a fan of Lightroom and wouldn’t mind see it make its way onto iOS or tablets in general, check out the video below (the app makes an appearance around the 18:10 mark).