If you’re a pro out in the field hooking up your DSLR to your iPad, it’s worth a look, but iPhone-only users will be left disappointed
Adobe Carousel Review
by on December 16, 2011
Carousel allows for wireless syncing between all your iOS devices and your Mac (not PCs, yet).
Setting up the app is easy, and although there’s a subscription charge of $5.99 per month, thankfully the Adobe standard free 30-day trial should allow you to tell whether you’ll actually find a use for the app.
Sharing photos between devices is a doddle, but we’re not sure that this alone is worth the subscription fee. It’s expensive compared with PhotoStream, part of iOS 5, but it’s worth noting that the sharing functionality is more sophisticated, for instance allowing you to sync only certain photos.
But it’s Lightroom, the editing tool that is included within Carousel, that is really what makes this app stand out. The editing capabilities are genuinely useful, especially if you import photos from your DSLR onto your iPad while away from your main computer.
Download this app: Adobe Carousel for iPad
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