Not sure about desktop Lightroom
Adobe is doing a great job with their Lightroom Mobile apps on iOS and Android. On the Notes they support the stylus (long live the Note 5, it's a great phone sad about the EOL'd Note 7), on the iPhone 7 Plus they support the 2 camera sensors and many more... Kudos to the team!
Now if only the could get Lightroom on Mac OS X . . .
I actually think it's less than $30 a month (and the inevitable Samsung two camera sensor cameraphone iPhone clone will be cheaper in a year or two). And then after 2 years the phone is yours. And it has a zoom. Good bye point and shoots once and for all! Good riddance. If the point and shoots auto-synced their photos w/an iPhone or . . .
Why because it's too slow. Switched to Eye-Fi card
I lose the GPS but Eye-Fi's WiFi works so much better than Fuji's apps.And who really needs single point GPS anyway? Fingers crossed that Fuji's app will become more usable someday (e.g auto-connect, so you don't have to do the phone + Fuji camera dance every single time!).
isn't Android supposed to better at networking? and multitasking?
( The iPhone6 Plus was better than the Samsung S6 Edge too so there appears to be a pattern here :-) ! )
The iPhone6S plus pairs very quickly with Fuji's Cam Remote. The Huawei Nexus 6P didn't; it was noticeably slower and more awkward. Huawei's fault? Android's fault? Google's fault? Who knows but it just goes to show . . .
but it does auto-upload them on iOS
check back in Dec 2016 to see if I am right
You get what you pay for :-) But I think all you need is something like Lightroom Mobile but programmed from an iPad Pro point of view first (i.e. including stylus and keyboard and solving the external storage / SD import problem AND not needing desktop sync or any other legacy kludges)!!!!!!