Snapseed, one of our favorite photo editing apps, has just received a big update to version 2.0. The much-needed update brings multiple new effects, tools, filter options and non-destructive editing to the app.
Google+ has undergone another minor update, which could have some major impacts for your photos. When opening a photo from your album on the desktop, you’ll see a few new features under the “edit” tab. The fresh editing tools are pulled directly from Snapseed, a popular mobile photo editing tool.
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Nik software, makers of the photo editing software Snapseed, among others, announced today that it had been acquired by Google. What this means for the Snapseed iOS app remains to be seen, but the more interesting question is: what could this mean for Google+?
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