Apple’s operating systems are known for offering users access to great editing tools for photos and movies with one of them being Lightroom. For some unknown reason, Apple decided to remove Lightroom which is a pro editing and management tool from the Mac App Store after redesigning it with Mojave (the last macOS update). Fortunately, it looks like Apple knows that Lightroom is a powerful tool that Apple fans love and it has decided to reintroduce it on the Mac App Store.
Lightroom is Back!
Apple has announced that Lightroom is now available to download from the newly redesigned Mac App Store. The tool was formerly known as “Lightroom CC”, but now it has dropped the “CC” and it is now listed as Lightroom. Everyone who is interested in downloading Lightroom on their Macs can find it HERE.
Free for One Week
Lightroom offers a plethora of features that are going to turn everyone into a pro photo editor. To make things even better, Apple is offering a one week free trial for Lightroom. After one week passes, Apple fans will be required to pay a monthly subscription of $9.99 which is also bundled with 1TB of cloud storage space.
“Your first week is free. Once your free trial ends, the recurring monthly payment is automatically charged to your iTunes account. To stop service, go to Account Settings and turn off auto-renew at least 24 hours before the end of your billing period. Prorating is unavailable — when you turn off auto-renew, service will continue until the end of that month’s billing period,” said the developers of Lightroom.
It’s great to see that Apple and Adobe have worked together in order to bring back Lightroom to the Mac App Store. Let’s hope that Apple will keep reintroducing more apps that it has removed after redesigning the store with Mojave.