A photo app for your Mac, iPad, and iPhone, Revel lets you have all your memories with you wherever you go. Import your photos into Revel and you can access them anywhere. Organize your photos using albums and captions. Crop and apply Looks to easily create amazing photos. And share photo albums privately on AdobeRevel.com or post photos to Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, or Tumbler.
Revel works like email. All your photos are securely stored in the cloud, and you can access them using the Revel app on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Best of all, everything you do in Revel is automatically synced across all your devices so you always have your latest photos and photo edits no matter what device you’re using.
The Revel lets you import as many photos as you want for the first 30 days. After that you can import up to 50 photos every month.
Revel is free. With Revel you are able to import as many photos as you want for the first 30 days. After that you are limited to 50 photo imports every month.
If you take a lot of photos, we recommend you upgrade to Revel Premium, which lets you import as many photos as you want for $5.99 per month. You can upgrade to Revel Premium as an in-app purchase within the Revel app.
Your monthly import limit resets on the first of each calendar month at 12:01 PST.
If you hit your monthly limit you won’t be able to import any more photos until the beginning of the next calendar month. Everything else in Revel will still work.
If you don’t want to wait till the start of the next month, we recommend you upgrade to Revel Premium, which lets you import as many photos as you want for $5.99 per month. You can upgrade to Revel Premium as an in-app purchase within the Revel app.
Adobe Revel currently supports JPEG files. The Revel team plans to add support for more file formats in the future, so please post your preferences here: feedback.photoshop.com.
Your photos are stored in two places: Adobe’s secure cloud and the hard-drive on your Mac if you have Revel installed there and keep “Store Originals” set to on. “Store originals” on your Mac is turned on by default.
We store your files for up to two years after you stop using the service. You can remove your photos anytime you like by deleting them using the Revel app.
Yes! Revel is compatible with the Retina display in all Apple products.
No. Revel only works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. We do have plans to release Revel for Windows and Android in the future but don’t have specific timing for their release yet.
For users with Android phones you can download Revel Importer. Revel Importer is not a full version of Revel but it does give you a way to import the photos on your Android phone into your Revel photo library.
Yes. You can access the browser-based version of Revel at www.AdobeRevel.com. The web version of Revel includes all the features of Revel EXCEPT the ability to edit your photos. If you want to edit your photos you need to use the Revel app.
If you have a specific question, you can ask it on the Revel Getting Started page and someone will help you out.
Revel is available worldwide and supports English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, and Korean.
Revel Premium is the paid version of Revel that allows you to import as many photos as you want, anytime you want.
An annual subscription to Revel Premium costs US$59.99. A monthly subscription costs US$5.99.
You can purchase a Revel Premium subscription as an in-app purchase within the Revel app on your iPhone or iPad. Simply open the Settings panel, click on your User ID, and then select the subscription plan that works best for you.
When your Revel Premium subscription ends, your account will be converted to a free Revel account and your import limit will change to 50 photos every month.
Starting December 18, 2012, we’re making Revel free to use. Instead of a 30-day trial, you’ll be able to use Revel for free as long as you like. The free version of Revel lets you import as many photos as you want for the first 30 days. After that, you’ll be able to import up to 50 photos per month.
If you want to import more than 50 photos per month, you can sign up for a Revel Premium subscription for US$5.99 per month or US$59.99 per year.
The only thing that’s changing for current subscribers is that their subscriptions are now called Revel Premium. Everything else stays the same.
You can’t cancel your account early, but once your current Revel subscription expires your account will automatically be converted to a free Revel account.
If you’re currently trying out Revel, your account has been automatically converted to a free Revel account. No matter where you were in your trial, you will have another 30 days to import as many photos as you want. After that, you will be able to import up to 50 photos per month for as long as you use the app.
Your 30-day unlimited import period started the first time you launched the app.
Revel Premium is the new name for the paid version of Revel. For $5.99 per month, Revel Premium lets you import as many photos as you want, anytime you want.
We have done our best to make it as easy as possible to get all your photos into Revel. Still, we know that sometimes life happens and you may not be able to upload all your photos in the first 30 days.
If you can’t get all your photos into Revel, the best thing to do is to sign up for a month of Revel Premium to eliminate your monthly import limit. Once you’re done uploading all your photos, you can either continue using Revel Premium or cancel your monthly subscription and use the free version of Revel for as long as you like.
Revel Importer gives you a simple and fast way to take the photos stored on your Android phone and add them to your Revel account. You need a Revel account to use Revel Importer.
Revel Importer is free.
No. The full version of Revel for Android is still in development. In the meantime, Revel Importer gives Revel users a way to import the photos stored on their Android phones into their Revel photo libraries.
You can download Adobe Revel Importer from the Android Market.
Adobe Revel Importer works on any Android phone that supports Android OS 2.2 or later.