Snapseed is a very under-rated app. Mostly because I think people don’t know how to use the tools it has, even I didn’t for the longest time. Best photo editing app Snapseed, which allows for editing RAW photos, has been updated for iPhone X today. Snapseed is a professional photo editing tool that allows users to edit RAW images, do color correction/adjust white balance, and more. More notably, the app saves every single edit that is made so a revision history is created. If something doesn’t look the way you want it to, you can use the handy undo feature. The app is available as a free download snapseed apk for iPhone and iPad with no in-app purchase required to unlock its full potential.
Snapseed, the app that began on iOS, which allows people to do pretty advanced things to photos with simple gestures, within minutes, has continued its work even after the company, an entire team, was acquired by Google. And yes, that entire Nik Software team is intact at Google as well. Today, Google has launched the long-awaited Android version of Snapseed on Google Play, as well as updated the iOS version, along with making it free. For reference, Snapseed for iOS was $4.99 until right this second.
But what does Snapseed offer that other apps don’t? I sat down with Josh Haftel to discuss how Snapseed has progressed, and why Nik Software began its work to bring best photo editing app and post-processing to the masses, which was clearly what interested Google in the first place.