Snapseed Stories June 8

Google acquired the company behind Snapseed in 2012 and later made the pro-level mobile photo editor free. Updates to the app are few and far between these days, but the latest one adds a useful dark theme.

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Snapseed Stories September 19, 2017

Snapseed is a powerful photo editor that Google acquired in 2012 and later made free. This week, the app began rolling out its first update since March and introduces a redesign that adds a bottom bar and makes it faster to access the various tools in the app.

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Snapseed Stories March 21, 2017

Snapseed for Android updated with three new editing features

Snapseed today announced the latest update to its Android application. The update brings the app to version 2.17 and includes a handful of new tools and features. The update was announced in a post on Google+.

Included in today’s update are three new editing tools: Double Exposure, Face Pose, and Expand.

Snapseed Stories March 7, 2017

Snapseed 2.16 allows combinations of edits to be saved & shared as their own filter

Snapseed is adding several new features in version 2.16 for Android and iOS. Notably, the photo editor now allows you to save multiple edits as their own filter for easier application and even sharing. Android-specific features include new tutorials and updated Perspective and Selective tools.

Snapseed Stories January 31, 2017

Snapseed for Android and iOS gets its first 2017 update w/ new curves tool and more

Snapseed is one of our favorite photo editing tools for mobile, and it just keeps getting better with every update. Today, Google has announced the app’s first update of 2017, version 2.15 for both Android and iOS, bringing with it a new feature and several improvements.

Snapseed Stories December 15, 2016

Snapseed 2.14 finally allows for exporting to SD cards, Google Photos adds enhanced grid view

Google’s photo apps are getting a number of updates just before the holiday season. Advanced editor Snapseed makes a number of tweaks to existing tools and adds the option to export to SD cards. Meanwhile, Google Photos is adding an enhanced grid view to make your best photos more prominent.

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