While you can download the app for free, using it requires one of Adobes Creative Cloud plans (Photoshop Photography Program, Complete, Student and Teacher Edition, and Complete for Teams); there is no option to purchase the app on its own without a subscription. (The least expensive option is the Photoshop Photography Program, which at $9.99 per month includes Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, and Lightroom mobile.) If youre not sure you want to commit to a Creative Cloud plan just yet, you can always sign up for a 30-day trial.
I've talked about how nice Aperture is to my brother but told him to hold off on buying it because there's "surely" an update soon...and maybe a Mobile-connected version.Let's not forget the 800 pound gorilla in the room.
Where is the major Aperture update that should now be companioned with an Aperture lite for use on IOS devices?
$9.99 gets you Lightroom, Photoshop CC and Lightroom mobile.So the question is....is the app enough to get yourself sucked into the Adobe cloud for a minimum of $9.99 a month? For me the answer is easy and simple....not.
There is EXIF data. There is no rating but it is possible to reject or flag photos.
I think whoever it was doesn't get what it's for.
but I'm excited for Apple response to this