Adobe announces that Lightroom Mobile for iOS 2.3 is now available from today.
In Lightroom on mobile (iOS), you can now directly access the photos on your device's Camera Roll from the Collections view and the Lightroom photos view. The photo selected from the Camera Roll now opens in Camera Roll edit view where you can apply Crop, Presets, and Adjustments. When you accept the edits, the photo is automatically added to Lightroom.
This iOS update coincides with the release on the desktop of Lightroom CC 2015.5.1 and LR6.5.1 - see below - and users should note that on first launch it will be necessary to sign-in via the activity center. The activity center can be accessed in the LR Library by hovering top-left with the mouse over the name plate and clicking the drop-down icon that appears.
More Details at Adobe Lightroom Blog
New Lightroom Update
Lightroom CC 2015.5.1 and Lightroom 6.5.1 have been released today. It’s a double-dot update, not a major update so there may be no rush to install it unless you are affected by the specific bugs which have been fixed – see link below for further information. This release also provides raw file support for two new cameras:
As mentioned above, if you use Lightroom Mobile it will be necessary to sign-in again via the identity plate fter installing this update.