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Snapseed 2.6 is rolling out now to iOS & Android w/ blue filter, white balance in RAW editor, more


Google has today announced that the latest version of its photo editor Snapseed is now rolling out to iOS and Android users. The latest version packs a slew of useful features, such as a new blue filter and the addition of white balance in the RAW editor on Android…

Here’s the full list of new features, per Snapseed on Google+:

– A Blue filter in Black and white – this creates a high contrast black and white image by pushing blue tones white and yellow tones black (check out the image for a comparison of all color filters)

White Balance in the RAW editor on Android – use the color picker to select a neutral color in the photo for automatic corrections, or choose from 8 different presets like Tungsten, Daylight and Sunny

– Added Talkback capability for Healing tool on Android – with Talkback enabled, the Healing tool will announce where the patch is being applied

– Fixed a crash on iOS when flipping images under specific conditions

– Minor bug fixes

In the addition to the new blue filter (which you can see in the image above) and white balance in the RAW editor on Android, the update also added Talkback to the Healing tool on Android, as well as fixes for a crash on iOS that occurred when flipping images. There’s also the typical minor bug fixes.

You can grab the latest version of Snapseed on the App Store and the Play Store now.

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