Adobe has today launched the new service Carousel for Mac OS and iOS devices users, an online image management service which they have announced back in September. Adobe has launched an app for Mac OS and iOS devices in the App Store which allow users to sync and manage their images across their iOS devices and Mac OS running machines indirectly via iCloud, the service requires a paid account on Adobe with service activation on Adobe’s online storage for $99 a year. The storage subscription is available at launch for a discounted price of $59.99, or $5.99 a month.
Carousel also allows you to perform non-destructive image editing on your device with the new service and includes new features of fixing exposure, white balance and saturation, which save the original value of the photo. The service as well allows you to set privacy options on your icloud libraries with Adobe, and gives privileges to other public users to access them, if you have given the rights.
Adobe also announces that they want to provide a complete cross-platform solution for their users, and they have actually begun the work on Windows and Android version of the service, soon they will release them to their users, which allows them to sync the photos all over their devices. Adobe Carousel is a free download from both the App Store and the Mac App Store.