Adobe Lightroom Mobile for Android now lets you copy/paste image adjustments and more

by Gannon Burgett

posted Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 2:24 PM EDT

Earlier this week, Adobe announced and released Lightroom Mobile 1.2 for Android devices, an update that brings a number of new features and tools to help edit, organize and share images on the fly.

One of the most welcomed features in the update is the ability to copy and past image adjustments from one image to another. You can also more easily crop images on your mobile device by using Adobe’s updated cropping interface and new auto-straighten tool.

For organization, you can now favorite images and browse through your collections in the new ‘Segmented’ view, which separates images based on time and geolocation metadata, if available.

In addition to new tools and features, a plethora of bugs have been squashed and other issues ironed out in the update, which brings RAW support for Panasonic’s new Lumix CM1 smartcamera.

Lightroom Mobile 1.2 is available as a free download in the Google Play Store. If you have automatic updates turned on, the update should’ve already gone live. If you haven’t, you can manually go into the Google Play Store and update it yourself.

If this is your first time attempting to download Lightroom Mobile for Android, note you must have an Android smartphone with at least a 1.7 GHZ quad-core ARMv7 CPU, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and Android Jellybean, KitKat or Lollipop.