Rest of the Day: Adobe Lightroom on Android Can Now Shoot RAW Photos
Microsoft is working with Cyanogen to include its apps in a companion product for Android, Adobe Lightroom can now shoot and process RAW photos, and Skype is finally shutting down the Qik video messaging service.
- Skype will permanently shut down the Qik video messaging service . Skype acquired Qik in 2011 and integrated many of its features, and now they completely shut down the standalone Qik app. You have until March 24th to save all your messages. [Skype]
- Adobe Lightroom on Android can now shoot RAW photos . This makes Lightroom a versatile tool for shooting and editing RAW photos that can otherwise be finicky to do well on mobile. [The Next Web]
- Microsoft is working with Cyanogen to link its apps to the Android OS . Cyanogen will include the apps you’d expect – Skype, OneDrive, Outlook, and more – as well as built-in integrations to provide a “new class of capabilities” beyond what you can get in Google’s version of the OS. [The Verge]
- Google is working with carriers to develop a new messaging standard for Android devices called Rich Communications Services (RCS). RCS will provide richer features than traditional SMS, such as group messaging and read receipts. [Gizmodo via Quartz ]
- Linux Mint has been hit by malware on its website and anyone who downloaded and installed version 17.3 of Cinnamon on February 20th could be compromised. [Ars Technica]