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Bridge for Mobile Devices.

Community Beginner ,
Jun 26, 2024 Jun 26, 2024

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Please can tou make a mobile iOS version for Bridge. And make it a standalone item. 
i want to be anle to add Keywords, Titles, descriptions etc to photos but dont have any need of editing on phone. 
i would like to see Bridge on my iOS iphone so i can add Keywords, Ratings, labels, not just to inages on my phone, but images in my One Drive, Goigle Drive, Droipbox etc. have the ability to work on the move, so that when i import the inages later to my desktop LR the keywording etc is already done. I dont need nor do i have and wanton desire to edit on the move. I have a desktop for editing, I have Lightroom and Photoshop on desktop for editing, and i can put LR on my mobile but i dont need any editing facility. Jist want to be able to catalogue inagestc. 

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Jun 28, 2024 Jun 28, 2024

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Take a look at apps such as:

 

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/exif-metadata-editor-iptc/id1622152466

 

or

 

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/imagexif-2-edit-exif-data/id1546607440

 

I haven't used these apps, I just Googled iOS photo metadata editors.

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I would like something like this too. It’s sorely missing on iPad. I’ve tried a few other apps and they are not great.

 

One possible roadblock is that Adobe mobile apps are not designed for direct editing of documents in the Files app on iOS because they strongly prefer uploading files to various forms of Creative Cloud storage and editing them there. If an iOS version of Bridge was built with those current limitations, it would not be able to work with folders in the Files app that are accessible to other apps and other cloud services such as the ones you mentioned (OneDrive etc.). For a great mobile Bridge to exist, Adobe would have to reverse what they normally do with mobile apps.

 

Another possible roadblock is that on mobile, Adobe so far has not paid much attention to metadata. This is obvious comparing Lightroom Classic on macOS/Windows (extensive metadata viewing and editing) compared to Lightroom on desktop/mobile (still almost no metadata fields available). And unlike Lightroom on desktop, Lightroom on iPad does not allow direct editing of an image in a local folder.

 

So currently, trends are aligned against a mobile version of Bridge, but I sure would like to see it happen with metadata editing support for local files.

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