The official Google app may soon provide two new features to users. Hints about screenshot editing tools have been visible in teardowns of previous versions of the Google app and now those features are live for some users. This goes to show that Google is now testing those features before it decides whether or not it’s going to release them for all users.


Taking a screenshot inside the Google app brings up the standard share sheet and now the sheet is also going to include an option to crop that screenshot or draw on it. When pressed, the crop button is going to bring up the regular crop tool which can be used to make adjustments to the picture.

The Draw feature provides users with a basic palette of six colors that they can use to draw anything they want anywhere on the picture. Once the editing has been done, the Google app is going to display the sharing sheet once again so sharing the picture to the favored destinations is just one tap away.

These features are currently being tested by Google and it’s unclear for now if and when the company plans on rolling them out to all users. We should find that out for sure in the coming weeks.

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