Google has given its social network the photo-editing prowess of Snapseed for users on Chrome.
The app, available for Android and iOS, allows users to tweak options like contrast and sharpness on photos, as well as add filters. Google+ photos product manager Josh Haftel revealed in a post that Snapseed editing tools are now available for Google+ users on the Chrome browser.
For mobile users without the app installed, Snapseed-like editing tools are also available through the Android and iOS Google+ app.
Since acquiring Snapseed's parent company Nik Software last year, Google has been pushing ahead with plenty of developments in the photo-editing space. Google+ now features a range of automatic enhancement tools for uploaded images, and earlier this year, the company released the entire collection of Nik tools for US$149.
The editing tools are rolling out to Google+ users, available through the Edit tab when browsing through your photo library.