- Last release version was 2.13 in 2016
- Looks’ option now accessible through main screen
- The latest 2.18 version aims to make photo edits better and faster
To enhance your photos to a wider degree, Google has released a new update of its Snapseed application that overhauls the current tool’s setup and enriches it with more presets and a range of options to beautify your photos. The photo editing software officially announced from its Google Plus account about this new update and that it has started to roll-off the same in Android devices. Snapseed is Google’s photo editing application for Android and iOS.
Google says the core idea of this 2.18 update is to empower users with better and quick photo editing options. The UI interface overhaul gets a plethora of editing options. The addition of ‘Looks’ tab to the main screen of the app is the biggest change. It helps users to personalise filters and apply changes to their new photos. The faster access to ‘Looks’ will help you see customization filters as soon as you open Snapseed and apply them instantly to your photos.
Earlier in March this year, Snapseed added the option of remembering your last setting in a photo edit. With this, you can save your settings and keep them for later use when you want to have the same effect in multiple photos. This saves time and increases efficiency. Adding 11 new exciting presets, the photo editing app will be adding the update soon to the large base of Android users.
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Last year with the release of its previous 2.13 version, Snapseed overhauled its complete UI besides improvements to its RAW support. The Snapseed photo editor always had some really interesting features to enhance or beautify the photos which include tools to crop, rotate and repair an image, tune and others. In its last update, the Google-owned app received Double Exposure, Expand and the Face Pose tools.