Dec
18

Lightroom Named One Of The Best Apps Of 2012 On App Store

By Matt Kloskowski  //  News  //  6 Comments
   

I saw this yesterday and thought it was kinda cool. With all the apps on the Mac App store, Lightroom was named one of the best of 2012. That’s pretty cool considering it’s a $150.00 app. I think it goes to show just how popular Lightroom is getting. Not just among the pros, but the more I see people use Lightroom, the more I think it’s for anyone that’s into photography – regardless of your skill level. Congrats to the folks at Adobe for making a killer product!

6 Comments to “Lightroom Named One Of The Best Apps Of 2012 On App Store”

  • Mhmh, do you know if Lightroom is NOT available on European (especially) the German Mac App Store? Following the link above I don’t see Lightroom…!?

  • Hah! I’ve been saying that LR is for all digital photographers since mid-2005 when LR 1 Beta 3 was released! I have friends, converts, who say that LR has rekindled their interest in digital photography because it’s so intuitive. I know others who use only LR4, probably to the dismay of Adobe Corporate.

  • Yeah, this is pretty cool. But i hope that Adobe is not only going into mainstream, but also trying to improve the raw-engine.
    This Week i first tried Capture one 7 and this Engine is now way better than lightroom 4 in working on rawfiles.

  • It is great that Adobe is the best of 2012 on Mac Apple store.

  • It is great that lightroom is the best in 2012 on Mac Apple Store.

  • LR 3-4 is great soft and our studio relies on it. New presets set available for this version are amazing. jozef povazan

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