Snapseed is one of the few Android apps that has the ability to edit DNG files, which are RAW image files created under Adobe’s proprietary image standard. This gives users the ability to tweak and edit these hi-res kinds of
Snapseed is one of the top photo sharing apps for mobile. Google acquired the startup known as an Instagram rival back in 2012 and was soon teased. The tech giant quickly launched a version for Android and then later
Just a few weeks after Snapseed released version 2.0, they’re providing even more updates, albeit minor, as version 2.0.3 is now being rolled out for users of the mobile photo editing app. This seems a bit surprising because
In the world of apps, not getting an update for two years is almost like a death sentence. Well, not really, (especially if you're owned by Google), but it also means that you might not get any new downloaders, or that people
Editing photos on the go can not only be a headache, but it can also be expensive. There is no lack of photo editing apps on the Google Play Store, but some of them require an upfront payment while others aren't exactly easy to
Today, Google announced that it is bringing Snapseed to Google Play. The new app is available now on Google Play. You can head to Google Play, to get the app now, although some users are getting errors when clicking on the link.
In what looks like a normal photo posted to Google+ by Google's very own Vic Gundotra, you'll quickly notice how the photo was shared to the social network site -- Snapseed. For those that aren't familiar, Snapseed is the
Nik Software, the company behind the popular photography app Snapseed, has been bought by Google today. The search giant plans to bolster its Google+ photo features with the Snapseed acquisition and compete with Facebook and