Couch potatoes rejoice: you can now browse your Lightroom images using an Apple TV.
Adobe’s Lightroom for Apple TV app, which is available now for free, will work on 4th generation Apple TV set-top boxes and requires a Creative Cloud subscription.
Once it’s loaded on your set, you can view images in a slideshow, stop and zoom in on details. The photos will be synced with your desktop collection via Creative Cloud so your latest edits will be viewable in all their big-screen glory.
Of course, if you had a Mac and an Apple TV now you could view Lightroom on your TV using AirPlay, but a dedicated app seems like a more elegant solution. Below are some screenshots from Adobe showing off the user interface.
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