Adobe looks poised to release Lightroom for mobile devices

Adobe appears to be getting closer to releasing a version of Lightroom for mobile devices.

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Adobe Systems this week tipped its hand when it comes to the future of its Lightroom, revealing on its Web site a subscription plan for a mobile version of the software for editing and cataloging photos.

9to5 Mac spotted the subscription, a package costing $99 per year called “Adobe Lightroom for mobile.”

It’s not clear exactly what the package would include, but an iPad version seems likely. Adobe showed a prototype of Lightroom-style photo editing for the iPad in 2013. That software used a cloud-computing service to keep photo changes synchronized with a Lightroom catalog hosted on a personal computer.

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