Good news Android users – if you have been jealous of your iOS friends who have been enjoying Nik Software’s Snapseed photo editing app for iOS devices, you might be pleased to learn that the app has finally made its way onto Android. The app will be free for download via Google Play, so head on over to get your hands on it today and see what all the fuss is about! Even better news is that since the Android version of Snapseed is free, the iOS version of the app has had its priced reduced from $4.99 to free and there will be a change in the logo as well amongst other things.
As a brief recap, Nik Software was working to bring Snapseed onto Android, but they were acquired by Google which left some wondering if the app would stop being worked on. Google reassured that wasn’t the case, and Google’s own Vic Gundotra was spotted uploading a photo that seemed to have come from the app itself. Of course given that the app is now owned by Google, unsurprisingly the update for iOS has included Google+ integration, allowing users to upload their edited photos onto Google’s social networking website.
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