Google brings award-winning image editor Snapseed to Android, makes it free on iOS
Snapseed revolves around the idea of complex image manipulations done via simple gestures. What makes the app stand out from the ever popular Instagram is exactly the complexity of manipulations and the simplicity of execution. You could apply filters on top of filters on particular parts of an image easily, a level of control you don’t have with Instagram.
Snapseed will work on both Android phones and tablets running versions later than 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. And here is how Snapseed’s main man Josh Haftel explains the idea behind the application:
We wanted to build tools that include high quality photo editing experiences and make it simple.”
The app is of course fully integrated with Google+, so with a few quick and easy gesture tweaks you can throw it back at your followers on Google’s social network. And that’s a big bonus for both the network and the photographers on it.
You can download Snapseed for iPhone and iPad now in its updated free version, and while the link on Android’s Google Play is live, we guess it’d take a few more minutes to be able to actually download the app on an Android device.
source: Snapseed via Tech Crunch
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2. CODHP13 (Posts: 13; Member since: 27 Nov 2012)
Coll app. the only minus z it z integrated with Google + .
5. soldiernation (Posts: 34; Member since: 09 Sep 2012)
What?!?! You don't even have to use Google+.
9. Reluctant_Human (Posts: 864; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)
Sadly most people don't or don't you use it. Personally I love G+ and have been trolling it especially hard to get an elusive Ingress invite.
7. Android4u (Posts: 456; Member since: 16 Aug 2012)
it is on the play store bro. I downloaded it about 30mins ago. Just type in snapseed and scroll down a bit and there it is...I must say this app might just be a little better than pixlr
10. QuadCorePro343 (Posts: 4; Member since: 03 Dec 2012)
If its not in the play store its because your device is not compatible with snapseed. A little more info from phonearena and other tech sites should note this.