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Adobe brings Lightroom's Ultra HDR image editing to Android

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Adobe has made the Ultra HDR image editing option in Lightroom mobile available for Android.

The update comes right around the time when Android 14 is about to roll out for the users. The new update is supported by Google's new OS.

Ultra HDR image editing uses a wider range of light and dark tones to express an image which makes it appear very real. To enable this mode, Select the three-line icon > Preferences > Photo Import Options > Enable HDR edit mode for new photos. This will allow you to automatically view HDR data while editing an imported HDR photo.

As of now, Lightroom for mobile (Android) currently supports HDR on Google Pixel 7 devices (including Google Pixel 7, Google Pixel 7a, and Google Pixel 7 Pro) only on Android 14.

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Lightroom is a popular tool among content creators, especially the photographers. The mobile app in particular makes it easy to edit photos quickly. The complete rollout of the feature and the ability of the devices to support this change will take time.

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