Alongside a minor update to the app, Adobe Revel has changed their business model slightly. Before, free accounts were limited to uploading just 50 photos every month. Going forward, free accounts get 2 GB of fixed storage for uploads.

This means free users are no longer constrained to an arbitrary monthly limit and instead get more flexibility with a 2 GB bucket to play around with.

Although it isn’t a great deal in the wider market (Google gives free users 5 GB of storage for instance), it will no doubt be appreciated by customers in the Adobe ecosystem.

Like before, premium accounts remove all restrictions allowing unlimited photo uploads for just $5.99 per month.

Adobe Revel 2.3 can be downloaded from the App Store for free. You can upgrade to a premium account on the Revel website or through the app itself using In-App Purchase.

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