Adobe Revel now available for Android

Adobe RevelAdobe has revealed that it is releasing its photo management and sharing app Revel for Android. The app is now available in Google Play free of cost and comes with some really nifty features.

With Revel, the users can organize their photos in one place and share them with whom they want.

Here is a quick look at the key features

  • Invite friends and family to join a Group Library
  • Control who can view, add, organize, and edit the memories in a Group Library
  • Create albums to keep your photos and videos organized
  • Share albums with loved ones in private web galleries
  • Share photos and videos on your favorite social networks
  • Edit your photos to make your memories look their best

“Adobe Revel is also integrated with Photoshop Elements 12 and Premiere Elements 12, making it easy for you to bring your edited photos and videos with you anywhere you go,” Adobe noted in a blog post. Adobe Revel Adobe Revel Adobe Revel Adobe Revel Adobe Revel Adobe Revel

Grab Adobe Revel from Google Play

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