Learn what's new in the latest release of Lightroom desktop and Lightroom for mobile.
The April 2022 release of Lightroom desktop (version 5.3) and mobile (version 7.3) provides support for new cameras, lenses, and bug fixes. For a full list of supported cameras and lenses, and bug fixes see:
In Lightroom for iOS, you can now delete your Adobe account directly from your Lightroom for mobile iOS app. For more information on how to delete your account, see Delete your Adobe account.
Starting Lightroom for Android (version 7.3), the minimum support Android OS is Android 8 (Oreo). To know more, see System Requirements.
October 2021 release: Desktop version 5.0, iOS version 7.0, Android version 7.0
The latest Masking panel sees an overhaul of the local adjustment tools. This lets you edit specific areas the way you want. Access Color, Luminance, and Depth Range tools along with Brush, Linear, and Radial Gradient tools.
Now easily select a person, animal, or thing in your photo with just a click. You can also quickly select the sky and make edits to the selection only. Find these advanced tools and more in the new Masking panel on desktop and mobile!
Lightroom on desktop and mobile now recommends presets based on your photo, backed by AI. Find these presets in the Recommended tab of the Presets panel, so you don't have to spend hours deciding your edits!
The Remixes tab in the Discover feed of Lightroom desktop lets you showcase your editing skills and learn from fellow photographers in the in-app Lightroom community.
Now use Crop Overlays in Lightroom desktop and experience a faster loading time when you scroll through photos on mobile. Find out about more such enhancements in the detailed new features summary.