Google’s #Snapseed app for #Android is one of the highly rated photo editing applications on the platform. What makes it even better is the fact that it comes directly from #Google, which means the team behind it knows exactly what the Android users want. The application has now received a new update, which finally brings the ability to edit RAW photos by default.
Here’s the full changelog listed by Google:
- Zoom navigator doesn’t obscure any part of the image
- Filter name is displayed in title bar
- Exif data is now fully preserved
The update should be live from the Play Store right away, but if it isn’t, make sure you head over to the My Apps section on the Play Store app from your phone and check manually. The ability to edit RAW or .dng images will go a long way in making Snapseed a more attractive proposition to photography enthusiasts.
Source: Google Play Store