Google’s own photo editing app Snapseed has received a new update that brings support for editing RAW photos. The update bumps the app to version 2.1.
Snapseed, photo editing app has received its first major update in two years. The app from Google is getting a revamped UI, new photo editing tools, filters and more.
Snapseed photo app is finally available for Android. This app would let you transform and enhance your image just like Instagram, which was released for Android earlier this year. Google acquired Snapseed recently, and Vic Gundotra, Senior Vice President teased Snapseed for Android few months back by sharing an image on his Google+ page. The Snapseed app for iPhone and iPad that costed $2.99 till now has gone free and has been updated with new features including built-in Google+ sharing, new Retrolux filter and updated frames filter. Continue reading “Snapseed app arrives for Android, goes free for iPhone and iPad”
Remember Snapseed? An application in competition with Instagram which was exclusive only to iOS devices until Google bought it. Looks like Google has been working hard on bringing Snapseed to Android as Vic Gundotra just uploaded an image to his Google+ profile using Snapseed.