You can edit files in Elements and then upload them to Revel from your hard drive. If you are on a PC, you can use adoberevel.com and import there from your hard drive. (If you use Mac, you can import to Revel in the Mac app, but you can also edit from within the Revel app). If the file is only in Revel, you can export it to the PC, edit in Elements, and then import to Revel.
Until we release the Android app, you have the option to use the android uploader to import photos into Revel:
Revel Uploader for Android mobile devices: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adobe.revel.importer
You can also go to a web browser on your Android device and login to adoberevel.com as you do on a PC.
To be notified when Revel is available for Android:
go to http://www.photoshop.com/products/revel
scroll down and look on the right side where it says "coming soon- Notify me" for android. Click and you can sign up to be notified.
I hope that helps.
Thank you, Pattie.
I will upload the photos to Windows Explorer using the cable, edit in
Elements, print from Elements, and then import them fully edited into
Revel. I could not bring the photos from Revel to Elements without
significant distortion in photo size and the great difficulty (actually,
impossibility) of getting them resized for legible printing. I like to
print my photos. I share only a few of them.
Verizon told me Adobe will never be able to design an app for the Android
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I guess Verizon was mistaken since we are planning to release Revel for Android as well. The editing will be less complicated for you once we do.
Well, That IS good news! Thanks, Pattie!