We have spoken on numerous occasions when using our iOS devices to take pictures, but after the capture comes the edition (or not). An edition that we can do with many apps (even with the Photos itself) and among which it stands out Adobe Lightroom, the Adobe photo editing app. Well, Adobe Lightroom for iPad has just been updated by adding one of the most useful features of iPadOS, the Split View. After the jump we give you more details of this novelty that has just arrived at Adobe Lightroom.
And for those who don’t know very well what Split View is, it’s the possibility of having two windows on our iPad, and when we say two windows we mean the possibility of opening two applications consecutively on our iPad. A function, that of Split View very useful especially when we are working with an application and want to search for something on the internet for example. Now we can follow an internet tutorial while editing our photographs by following the steps they give us.
The Mac app has also been updated allowing us new forms of export in DNG format. In addition, shared albums can now include, or not, metadata, and photos of others in albums shared with us can also be exported by ourselves. News that comes at a time when many question the leadership of the Adobe suite due to the growth of other apps professionals in the world of creativity that are increasingly powerful and increasingly shade the Adobe suite. You can find Adobe Lightroom for iOS in the App Store for free for basic photo editions, although if you want to go further you will need an Adobe subscription.