Now Google+ Lets You Edit Photos In Chrome, A New Snapseed Integration
Google on Wednesday started rolling out many of the image adjustment tricks for Google+. Its been a year that Google bought Snapseed and since then we haven’t heard from the Google’s Snapseed team. But on Wednesday Google announced what the team have been working on.
Google is bringing its Snapseed photo editor features with some sophisticated new photo editing features into Google+. But the adjustment tools are available only on Chrome. Also the features have been ported to work in the iOS and Android Google+ apps. But if you’re using it on a computer then you’ll need Chrome, otherwise you can only crop and rotate your photos in Google+.
The company also integrated its ‘Auto Awesome’ feature which was unveiled back in May. This ‘Auto Awesome’ feature mainly gives a best guess at how your uploaded photos should look.
Few other features like standard sliders are available for brightness, contrast, and saturation, as well highlight and mid-tone contrast controls. You can also make local adjustments with a control point interface.
Josh Haftel also mentioned in its update that “We’re rolling out these updates gradually, so check back soon if you don’t see them yet.”