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Posted by on Dec 6, 2012 in Software |

Snapseed now available for Android and iOS Free

Snapseed now available for Android and iOS Free

I can not deny that the filters used in the Instagram application for iOS or can be quite fun, quick to add effects to your photos and share them in a casual popular social network. However, this does not mean that Instagram is a good photo editor. A good photo editor for mobile phones could be Pixlr-o-matic by Autodesk, available for iOS and Android , but when we talk about the best photo editor for mobile devices, there Snapseed’re talking about, is that simply has the best features and the most options in this area.

For a couple of months ago Google took Nik Software , a company responsible for developing Snapseed, and as expected the Mountain View lead this application so far available for your own iOS mobile platform. Today was that day, as from today for Android is available in the Google Play Store, and is totally free.

The good news for users of iPhone and iPad that do not yet have this wonderful application is that the iOS version has gone from costing $ 4.99 to be totally free, so there’s no excuse not to have it and its great features .

What makes it so special to Snapseed? That is not just an application to apply filters, is a software that reminds Professional desktop and select an effect that we want to apply, you can choose exactly the area of ​​the photo which apply, how much intensity , adjust brightness, contrast in just that section, and apply multiple effects simultaneously. The software is so good that even a picture if we only want to apply the effect to certain objects such as trees, easily recognized and without giving us any problems, as evidenced in the video below.

For Android devices, Snapseed is available for models that have Android version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher. And how could it be otherwise, has integration with Google+, the social network of Mountain View.

Download Snapseed: For AndroidiOS

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