Adobe Renames Carousel to Revel, Releases Version 1.1

January 11, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | Comment |

Adobe has announced the renaming of Adobe Carousel, a set of photo viewing, browsing and editing applications and cloud-based storage service for MacOS and iOS, to Adobe Revel. “We originally chose the name Adobe Carousel because it was descriptive of core functionality in the product – access to all your photos on any device (i.e., viewing photographs in a circular manner, like a carousel),” Adobe’s Chris Quek said in a blog post. “Revel means to take great pleasure or delight…and that’s what we hope to do in the future as we continue to add more functionality and fun to the app.” The announcement coincides with the release of Version 1.1 of the Adobe Revel iOS app, which adds automatic import of photos from the camera roll, photo sharing via Flickr, and a few bug fixes.

Source: Adobe Blog

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