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snapseed

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Snapseed for Android

If you're a more serious mobile photographer looking for an app to fine-tune your photos with, Snapseed is your best choice.

By Dec. 11, 2012

5 stars Editor's rating Dec. 11, 2012

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Google brings Snapseed to Android

As of today, Android users get to enjoy the unique photo-editing powers of Snapseed, an app that has already enjoyed much success on other platforms.

By Dec. 6, 2012

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Snapseed for iPad

It doesn't have all the bells and whistles of Photoshop, but for only $5, Snapseed offers some great photo-editing tools and killer effects.

By Jul. 5, 2011

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Snapseed fine-tunes your photos (pictures)

We take a look at the popular and powerful photo enhancer Snapseed, now available for Android devices.

6 Images By Dec. 11, 2012

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How to quickly enhance photos with Snapseed for OS X

Snapseed, the popular iOS photo-editing app, has made its way to the Mac App Store, providing users an easy method with which to edit photos.

By Jan. 17, 2012

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Adobe Photoshop honcho takes over Google photo editing

Google has hired John Nack, who's led Photoshop and mobile teams at Adobe, in a new sign that the search company is serious about digital photography, too.

By Feb. 3, 2014

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Google, following Facebook, buys Instagram competitor

The search giant makes another move to ward off Facebook by acquiring the company behind the photo editing-and-sharing app Snapseed.

By Sep. 17, 2012

Article

Get started with Android 4.4 KitKat's advanced photo editor

Get to know KitKat's robust photo editor, which includes advanced tools for fine-tuning and even creating your own filters.

By Nov. 7, 2013

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Google+ updates mobile apps with photo filters, location sharing

A significant new update to the company's social-networking apps brings several new features, including Instagram-like filters for the iPhone app.

By Mar. 25, 2013

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Google+ gets sophisticated array of photo editing tools

Now we know what Google's Nik Software acquisition was really about: bringing respectable photo editing to cloud computing. But it's only for the Chrome browser.

By Sep. 12, 2013