Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor

Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor for PC and Mac

Published by Bergen Co. on 2024-03-28

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 11.0
  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 6.7.9
  • File size: 95.30 MB

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Darkroom Overview

What is Darkroom? Darkroom is a mobile photo editing app that simplifies photo editing for iPhone photographers and enhances it with powerful AI-backed algorithms. The app is available as a single universal app on iPhone, iPad, and macOS with deep integration into all of the latest platform features. It offers AI-powered depth editing, smart object detection, the ability to create your own presets, video color grading, curves and selective color tools, RAW editing, full album management, batch processing, hashtag manager, and Siri shortcuts. The app offers a membership trial and subscription terms, which can be managed through the user's iTunes account. The app's terms and conditions and privacy policy can be found on the Darkroom website.


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Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor Features and Description

1. Powerful algorithms generate a 3D map of the scene in your photo, allowing you to edit the primary subject, foreground, background, and any range in-between.

2. Photo editing is simplified for iPhone photographers, and supercharged with powerful AI-backed algorithms to more efficiently express yourself.

3. Intelligently single out the sky, hair, glasses, skin or teeth when editing Portrait and ProRAW photos.

4. The same creative tools that professional photographs use to create timeless presets are available to you.

5. Darkroom is moving photo editing to its mobile-centric and computational future.

6. Available as a single universal app on iPhone, iPad, and PC with deep integration into all of the latest platform features.

7. All our filters and editing tools are video-compatible, including batch processing.

8. Edit RAW photos at their full resolution and 16 bits of color depth.

9. You can go to your Settings > iTunes & App Store > Microsoft ID > Subscriptions to manage your membership and turn auto-renew off.

10. Our complete suite of album management tools allow you to organize your library extremely quickly.

11. Your entire photo library is instantly available and always in sync.


  • - It usually does not cost after you buy it
  • - Bundled with FilicPro, Remote & their camera app
  • - No annoying ads
  • - Enough free options to keep your interest
  • - Some nice filters
  • - Film like filters

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By Brandon_219

    Screenshots are pictures too

    If I could add one advanced feature it would be spot-selected white balance, but I'm content with the controls for the most part. If I could add one basic feature that really shouldn't be an issue, though, it'd be to import screenshots. Why the hell are screenshots excluded? I have this near-perfect photo editor and can't edit 1/4 of my photos. I know screenshots aren't ideal for printing but they're good for testing crops and testing edits of photos, the latter I can't do without making copies of photos thanks to this app's strange limitation. Yes I can test edits on a single image but I would have to note and undo every edit to try the next. It just seems so much more inefficient than simply allowing screenshots to be edited. Edit: added one star. It's good that screenshots aren't completely excluded, but I still wish they appeared in albums like normal photos do. In an attempt to declutter, per developer's response, I feel like they've actually created more clutter in making screenshots harder to navigate and cause needless frustration by making them disappear from albums they're in. If you want to declutter the normal camera roll, that's fine, but favorites and other albums should be left alone.

  • By iChris36

    Great App and Great Team

    I don’t use this app often, but when I do, it does what it needs. Recently, I’ve opened the app up and come across a message detailing their new subscription model. Ok, I understand. The next decade in app development will bring about mind blowing features and it’s important to have the ability to finance that. With that said, I was given two options: continue using the app with no additional cost, or subscribe for a reduced rate. Although I chose the free option, I am impressed and happy that the developers have chosen to allow the end user an option like this instead of forcing a subscription. I’m much more willing to support developers like this in the future. And if I used the app more often than I do, I likely would have gone the subscription route. It’s a great app, and I’m sure the future will be bright! Thanks for all the hard work!

  • By Besdayz

    Very useful even for Pros

    I use this app when I want to import dslr images (via google drive or canon) to my iphone and display these images on social media or photo share. Obviously I won’t be printing from iPhone files since it’s smaller resolution files. For pro work I would use the real file on my computer and adobe products to edit. But for a quick edit with some nice filters curves perspective cropping and sending previews to clients or even personal use this works well. What I really like is I don’t have to save as a edited image and duplicate files since all edits are non destructive and can easily revert to originals. My suggestion for the developers would be people like me would love more functionality that more closely resembles what I can do on Lightroom or photoshop. I know that means more cost but off top of my head I would really like things like 1) stitching images for panoramas 2) focus stacking 3) spot removal (brush tool) 4) masks (for local edits) 5) hdr 6) more filters esp for B&W. I would pay for these. Carbon has some good ones. 7) Gaussian blurs 8) gradients 9) selective coloring (making eyes whiter, teeth whiter etc) I realize this may be a sophisticated set of functions for a mobile app but hopefully in future it is available.

  • By papaSnoot

    Crashes when zooming in on raw photos 😣

    Let me start by saying that I really WANT to love darkroom. It is tightly integrated with halide and other camera apps, and the amount of control available in the app is amazing. I also love that you can super easily switch between raw and other versions of your pics. So the reason I just can’t love this app is because for me it is unusable. I am using halide to shoot raw photos and when I edit them in darkroom as soon as I zoom in close on a raw photo and try to pan the view, the app crashes. This happened every time with any raw photo weather it was shot on halide or another iPhone app, or shot on my Sony a6300 and imported through photos app. I have tried deleting the app and rebooting then reinstalling but it just does the same thing with raw photos. Very disappointed. Hope the devs can fix this soon else I really can’t use the program. If this gets fixed it’s easily a 5 star rating!!

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