Developers of Snapseed, a Google-owned company since 2012, have continued to improve the app with new features. The app’s latest update is available on Google Play Store and provides users the ability to post high-quality pictures by using the new RAW Photo Editing feature.
The app offers extensive features to make your photos better by using basic editing tools such as cropping, adjusting brightness, saturation, contrast, and all sorts of filters and frames. This easy-to-use and dynamic photo editor is completely free and has been the app of choice for many.
The new feature on the Version 2.1 provides the possibility for editing your photos directly on your phone without having to upload them onto your computer. Then you can easily post them on your favorite social media such as Google+ and Facebook.
Developers suggest images saved as DNGs, a type of lossless file format will be the easiest to edit. But all RAW images (those captured by the camera before any editing), even those taken by DSLRs, can be edited. Even though it will take up a lot of megabytes compared to a photo compressed into jpeg, smartphone creators have started adding RAW capacities to the cameras of these devices.
The app has also added improvements into its navigation and due to smartphones cameras enhancements users will now be able to edit photos taken in RAW format on their devices.
Source: Android Headlines