Delivering on a promise made at the launch of macOS Mojave more than a year ago, Adobe has just placed the Photoshop Lightroom back at the Mac App Store.
The photo manager can be downloaded and used for free for a week. Thereafter, the monthly subscription charged to the App Store's own account if the person is not a Creative Cloud subscriber.
A cloud service for photography lovers, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom has everything for editing, organizing, storing, and sharing your photos on your desktop, web, and mobile devices.
Create amazing photos anywhere with Photoshop Lightroom and 1TB of cloud storage. The app offers advanced photo editing features in an easy to use interface. Adjust your photos to full resolution and have the original photos and edits saved to the cloud. Arrange with searchable keywords that are applied automatically, without having to tag. And easily share and show off your photos while having fun.
Using Lightroom in the cloud allows photos to be viewed and edited from anywhere or on any device, and the latest version of the software uses Adobe Sensei technology to make photo organization smarter.
A Lightroom subscription (formerly called “Lightroom CC”) costs $ 43 / $ 10 a month. Adobe also markets the unsigned Lightroom Classic, but it is not in the Mac App Store.