Adobe Lightroom is one of the most popular image manipulation tools with versions for Android, iOS and more. One of its most useful features is the ability to use RAW images from hundreds of cameras, each camera needs specific customization. Adobe has now updated Lightroom to support more cameras, including the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The list of supported cameras by Adobe Camera Raw (via 9to5Google) has been updated to include all cameras on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. In addition to the Pixel 6 Pro’s exclusive telephoto camera, both the front camera, main rear lens and Ultrawide are supported on the phone.
The latest update also includes optimizations for the ultra-wide cameras on the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 3, as well as additional cameras on the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini.
Samsung Galaxy device list which brings Adobe Lightroom optimizations
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Super Telephoto Camera
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Telephoto Camera
- Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 Rear Main Camera
- Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 Rear Telephoto Camera
- Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 Rear Ultrawide Camera
You can try the new camera support with Camera Raw (Samsung Expert Raw) plug-in version 14.1, which is paired with Lightroom 5.1 or later (or Lightroom Room Classic 11.1 or later).
How to use Adobe Lightroom (using Expert RAW) in Samsung Galaxy Devices?
Simply choose a lens that best suits the subject you want to shoot on your Galaxy S21 Ultra out of the four lenses and try shooting. RAW (DNG files) with Lossless JPG high-quality compression technology JPG is stored together.
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For raw data, you can edit photos after installing or running Adobe LightRoom by selecting the Lightroom icon in the viewer.
Enhance your Samsung AR Emoji app performance with a new update
The fresh update of the Samsung AR Emoji app is available on the Galaxy Store with an installtion package size of 72.57MB. The update does not include any new features or changes but users will surely get a better performance.
The AR Emoji app is part of the AR Zone app, which is a collection of augmented reality features that allow you to interact with virtual characters and objects. You can access the AR Emoji app from the AR Zone app or from the camera app on your Samsung phone.
With the AR Emoji app, you can create an emoji that looks just like you by taking a picture of yourself or selecting one from your gallery. You can then edit your emoji’s face, makeup, clothes, and accessories to suit your style. You can also design your own clothing items in different colors.
To enhance it more, you just need to install the Samsung AR Emoji 6.1.01.20 update on your smartphone through Galaxy Store or third-party link sources.
Samsung Galaxy Store 22.214.171.124 update rolling out for One UI devices
Samsung is pushing a new update for the Galaxy Store app with version 126.96.36.199. The new update fixes some bugs to improve the stability of the app. The update is available for Galaxy devices running Android 13 or later versions with an installation package size of 62.01MB
The fresh update of the Samsung Galaxy Store enhances some functions of the app. Although, the update does not contain any new feature or change it surely provides a better user experience.
The company is constantly improving Galaxy Store’s usability through continuous updates and provides various features. Users who want to use the Galaxy Store feature must update it to the latest version and grant the required access permissions.
You can get the Samsung Galaxy Store 188.8.131.52 update through the Galaxy Store app. Also, you can download the update directly from the third-party source link mentioned here.
Spotify introduces ‘Jam’ feature for collaborative music listening
Spotify has announced a new feature ‘Jam’ that will let users create and control a music playlist together in real-time. This feature will allow up to 32 Spotify users to join a shared music queue and add, remove, or reorder songs as they wish.
To start a “Jam”, a Spotify Premium user can tap the speaker icon on the Now Playing screen and share an invite code with other Spotify users via a QR code or a link. The invite code will grant access to the music queue, where everyone can see what songs are playing and who added them. Free Spotify users can also join a “Jam” and contribute songs, but they cannot start one.
The Jam feature of Spotify is designed to make music listening more social and interactive, especially for situations where multiple people want to have a say in the music selection, such as parties, road trips, or workouts. Spotify says that the feature is rolling out starting today and will be available to all Spotify users soon.