A screengrab from a (now deleted) page on Adobe's website which shows a subscription fee of $99 for 'Adobe Lightroom for mobile'. [via 9 to 5 Mac]

Is Adobe planning to release a mobile version of its Lightroom Raw editing program? It seems so, judging by an accidental leak on its own website earlier this week. A private page on Adobe's website - quickly removed - appears to have revealed details of a planned iOS version of Lightroom, including a price of $99 for an annual cloud subscription license.

Adobe demonstrated an early beta version of the application last year at a 'sneek peek' session at the Photoshop World show in Las Vegas and it seems as if Lightroom Mobile is almost ready for its official launch. The full feature set is a matter of conjecture at this point, but it appears that for a fee of $99 per year, users will be able to store images in the cloud and synchronize work between mobile and desktop versions of the software. It is unclear at this point whether a cheaper version will be available, perhaps minus the integration with Creative Cloud (we hope so). 

Photographers have been asking Adobe for a mobile version of Lightroom for a long time - what are you hoping for in the upcoming release? Let us know in the comments.