Adobe Revel makes its way to Android – privately share photos with family and friends

by: Jonathan FeistMarch 6, 2014

Adode Revel

Adobe Revel is now available on Android. iOS users have been using Adobe Revel since 2011 to store and share their photos with select groups of family and friends. Starting now, Android users can view, share and store their photos too.

Adobe Revel is a photo storage service in which users can build albums to organize photos and videos. Photos and albums remain private by default. Users can then invite other Revel users to participate with specific albums, so that everyone can upload and enjoy each others photos. With the Android app, Revel now works across most major devices so that the whole family can get involved. Access to your photos is also convenient as your albums sync across all of your connected devices.

Adobe Revel Selling Points

The Revel app on Android has a few basic editing tools, then integrates with Photoshop and other Adobe creative tools for those that really want to get their photos just right.

Adobe Revel is available as a free download in the Google Play Store. Enjoy unlimited photo uploads for the first 30 days, but then be prepared to upgrade to a $5.99/month plan, or continue on free with some restrictions. If you happen to be looking for a Google+ Photos replacement, you’ll want to also install the Revel Importer app, which will upload all current photos on your device, then auto-upload any new photos you take, just like Google+ does.

How many Revel users out there have been waiting for this Android app? If you’ve used both, do you prefer Revel over Google+?

  • Christopher Williamson

    “do you prefer Revel over Google+?” — I prefer death by fire to using an Adobe product, especially on a mobile device! YUCK!

  • fredphoesh

    What is the point of this? Google+ has UNLIMITED FREE storage of your photos at pretty good quality, and you can auto upload to it too… seems kinda pointless on android.