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Snapseed 2.5 update introduces 'Apply Last Edits' feature
When it comes to finding a powerful photo editor, very few mobile apps can beat Snapseed. The application was acquired by Google back in 2012, and has since become a very popular photo editor with special features such as RAW support, one-touch enhancing tools and a variety of sliders for fine-tuning your images.
Today Snapseed gets updated to version 2.5, adding a couple improvements that will have users quite excited. The first one, and most exciting, is the addition of an “Apply Last Edits” setting. How many times have you processed multiple images with the same edits? It makes sense, especially if shooting under the same lighting conditions. Now you can easily apply the same edits as the last image with a single tap.
The other added feature is “Horizontal Flip”. Sometimes cameras don’t mirror images correctly and photos look backwards. Your left becomes your right and so forth. This feature allows you to horizontally mirror photos and make everything in the universe right before uploading that gorgeous selfie to the web.
And if you are using Android – which given what site you are on, we assume you probably are – the editor now displays more metadata information, such as a map (if the photo contains GPS data).
Ready to edit those image batches? You can go ahead and download the update straight from the Google Play Store now. Hit the comments to let us know how you are liking these improvements!