Fulfilling a promise made at the launch of macOS Mojave over a year ago, Adobe has just put the Photoshop Lightroom back on the Mac App Store.
The photo manager can be downloaded and used free of charge for a week. After that, the monthly subscription is charged to the App Store account, if the person is not a subscriber to the Creative Cloud suite.
The cloud service for photography lovers, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom has everything to edit, organize, store and share your photos on the desktop, on the web and on mobile devices.
Create amazing photos on the go with Photoshop Lightroom and 1TB of cloud storage. The application offers advanced photo editing features in an easy to use interface. Adjust your photos to full resolution and have your original photos and edits saved in the cloud. Organize with searchable keywords that are applied automatically, without having to bookmark. And easily share and show your photos while having fun.
The use of Lightroom in the cloud allows photos to be viewed and edited from any place or device, and the latest version of the software uses Adobe Sensei technology to make a smarter photo organization.
The subscription to Lightroom (formerly called “Lightroom CC”) costs R $ 43 / US $ 10 per month. Adobe also sells the Lightroom Classic, without subscription, but it is not on the Mac App Store.