Sunday , August 20 2017

Adobe Revel is a photo sharing app with a difference

Adobe, the heavy-weight of photo and media management and manipulation, has released a new app for Android that gives users a semi-private space to share photos with family and friends, without having the concern of the public stumbling across those precious memories.

Adobe Revel is a photo sharing platform with a little twist; it features user access control allowing you to share photos with a limited group. Better yet, members of that group can then add their own photos into shared collections making the service more of a collaborative photo sharing platform. This would make a great way to share photos from that family gathering or your last holiday.

Revel does a bit more than this, too. It offers full cloud-sync, allowing photos to fly between supported devices on desktop and mobile, so you can take photos with you wherever you go. There’s also a touch of Adobe’s photo editing thrown in as well.

Check it out on the Play Store below; it’s free, but does require a Google+, Facebook or Adobe account to use.

The app was not found in the store. 🙁

Chris Rowland   Editor and Publisher

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Valued Guest

How… is this different/better to Google+?

Valued Guest

Technically something that is available on most social networks and even some photo sharing platforms, like Facebook and G+.


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