"The new #Snapseed app gives you the precision and control of professional photo editing software on your phone or tablet. We've updated the app in many ways while staying true to our mission of helping everyone easily create extraordinary images."
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Tapping the floating action button on the bottom right will pull up a big list of available tools and filters to choose from. The version 2.0 now adds new non-destructive editing feature called Stacks that allow you to re-edit or undo changes.
A small number at the upper right is the new Stacks feature, which keeps count of all the edits you approve. A plus (+) sign inside a circle leads you to all of the app's editing tools.
Users can also copy one edits to another photo. Other important tools include Lens Blur, Tonal Contrast, intelligent perspective Transform, and Spot Healing. Users can apply filters and effects to parts of the image using the Brush tool.
New features include Perspective Transform and Spot Healing while new filters include Lens Blur and Tonal Contrast. The app's Brush tool now lets you selectively apply filters and effects to discrete parts of the image.
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Applying edits feels roughly the same as before. You pick the function you want to use, then use your finger as a slider to increase or decrease the intensity of the effect as a numerical utility keeps count on screen. A gentle udge on screen can switch controls.
Snapseed works with all images, regardless of whether they were derived from the phone camera, DSLRs or compact cameras and performance was snappy - no waiting.