Snapseed 2.9 rolls out with full RAW support for iOS, new features for both platforms
Google's excellent mobile image editing app, Snapseed, was today updated to version 2.9, bringing full at long last bringing RAW image support to the iOS version, as well as new perspective and white balance tools to its Android counterpart.
All regular editing options are available for use with RAW images, as well as a host of new tools, including structural and tint adjustments, shadow control, exposure (from -4.o to 4.0 f-stops), and color temperature (from 1.700°K to over 8.000°K). Your RAW edits can then be saved as either JPG files with adjustable quality, thanks to the newly added compression rate system, or in lossless PNG format.
Snapseed 2.9 brings not only RAW support to iOS, but also a slew of UI improvements , bug fixes, and new features to both versions of the app. One of the new editing options is called “Face”, and it aims to help you bring more focus and clarity to faces in your shots.
The 2.9 update for Snapseed is available now for both Android and iOS. If you haven't tried the app yet, correct your mistake by following the links below: