Samsung partnered with Adobe to make the Lightroom app the default editing app for RAW DNG images from the Galaxy S21 Ultra (and newer phones). Although it was launched exclusively for the Galaxy S21, it was later expanded to more Galaxy devices, such as the Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Galaxy S23 Ultra, via the Galaxy Store.
After installing the Adobe Lightroom app from the Galaxy Store, users can use the app directly from the Expert RAW camera app. In a recent report, Samsung confirmed the availability of the Adobe Lightroom app in two more regions. Now, Galaxy device owners in the Philippines and Malaysia can see the Lightroom app on their devices via the Galaxy Store.
Lightroom app update also brings new presets for the premium subscription
The Lightroom app version 8.3.2, which weighs 107.42MB, is now available in those two countries. This information was shared on the landing page of the Lightroom app on the Galaxy Store. Apart from availability in the two regions, the Lightroom changelog also mentions the availability of new presets on premium subscriptions to enhance portraits in one click, easy undo/redo from the top navigation bar, bug fixes, and stability improvements.
Moreover, in order to get the latest camera and lens support list, you can visit this link. Adobe Lightroom is the exclusive editing app for Expert RAW on supported Samsung Galaxy devices. The app can also be used on Samsung Galaxy Book laptops to edit the Expert RAW images. The app syncs across connected devices, allowing for smooth editing.