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This article was published on September 12, 2013

Google brings Snapseed-powered photo editing tools to Google+

Google brings Snapseed-powered photo editing tools to Google+ Image by: Getty Images/Keith Levit Photography RF
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googleplus-photosGoogle is leveraging its purchase of the Snapseed app to add new photo editing tools to the Web version of Google+ in its Chrome browser.

The update is rolling out gradually, so not all users have it yet. If you do have the feature, a new “Edit” option will appear when you open up a Google+ photo in Chrome.

New features include auto enhance, selective adjust and filters. Non-Chrome users will have rudimentary editing options like crop and rotate, but they don’t have access to the advanced Snapseed tools.

➤ Get creative with the new photo editing tools in Google+ [Google]

Thumbnail photo credit: Thinkstock

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