Adobe’s tagline for the product is “Take Lightroom anywhere,” but we were unable to locate screenshots of the application on Adobe’s website. The website also does not specifically note iPad support, but a chat representative from Adobe was able to pull up details about Lightroom for Mobile from Adobe’s systems and said that it is built for iPad. The representative further indicated that the mobile version would largely lineup with the desktop version in terms of features…
Last year, Adobe demoed an early version of the application; however, it’s believed that the final version will sport an iOS 7 friendly design. If you would like to sync Lightroom photos in the cloud there will be a yearly fee of $99. This would let you access your large library of photos in the cloud without having to use up a large amount of space on your device.
The launch of Lightroom for iPad is expected within a few weeks. In the meanwhile, you can check out a few of the teaser videos Adobe released here.