C2 Enterprises has released an update to Photosmith, its iPad companion app for Adobe Lightroom users, adding several new features and improvements. Photosmith provides users with the ability to organize photos on the go, share content on social media services, and rate, tag and label photos for export to Lightroom. Photosmith 1.1 adds support for RAF and NRW raw files along with the ability to export XMP information to Dropbox, providing rudimentary support for non-Lightroom users. Photos from iTunes-synced albums can also now be selected in Photosmith and users can import photos on demand and skip pre-generation of preview images. The new version also adds a baseline sync engine in preparation for upcoming two-way sync functionality and automatic backups of the database for improved stability. A number of bug fixes and other smaller improvements have also been rolled into the latest version. Photosmith requires iOS 4.2 and is available from the App Store for $18.
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