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NewsPoster Sep 12, 2013 08:02 AM
Google adds Snapseed-based photo editing tools to Google+
Google has <a href="" rel='nofollow'>introduced</a> some new photo editing tools to its Google+ social network. The new tools, a product of its <a href="" rel='nofollow'>Snapseed acquisition</a> last year, provide a wide array of basic editing and adjustment tools to the Android and iOS Google+ apps as well as through Chrome, with users of other browsers having relatively basic tools to use. <br />
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The Auto Enhance option, teased as part of a <a href=" d.web/" rel='nofollow' target="_self" title="">raft of changes</a> by Google in May, makes a number of automatic adjustments to an image, though these can be removed or customized as the user sees fit. A selective adjustment tool will permit changes to specific areas of an image, such as making a sky bluer, without change the rest of the image, and Instagram-style filters also make an appearance. Non-Chrome browsers will be able to crop and rotate photographs, and all versions will be able to undo any changes made and to revert to the original picture. <br />
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The updates will be rolling out to users gradually, with accounts already enabled with the new tools able to see the options under the "Edit" button in uploaded images. <br />
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