Google has unveiled a content sharing app, named as Snapseed. Google brings Instagram like functions, which help users to edit images and share the same via Google+ or other social networks.
This new app has been developed by a company named as Nik Software, which has been brought by the Google previously. Last year the Snapseed application was even adjusted as the best iPad app, and was available for $4.99 for Apple devices. Although, this app is available for free on both iOS and Android platforms, and will challenge Instagram which was purchased by Facebook for a heavy amount.
As stated by the senior vice president of Google in an official blog post , "Having welcomed Nik to the Google family, we're excited to bring their Snapseed app (last year's iPad app of the year) to Android."
Snapseed has lots of new features like tune, straighten and crop, add creative filters such as drama, black and white, and vintage that users can apply individually or in combination to images. Users can also use one 'Point technology' to selectively enhance their photo-to brighten just a face, for example, or deepen just the sky. Gundotra stated," Google+ also will be adding a new feature called "Communities," which makes the "hangouts" feature of the social network into permanent locations".
He further added, "Google+ has always been a place to crowd around common interests and meet new people. What's been missing, however, are more permanent homes for all the stuff you love: the wonderful, the weird, and yes, even the things that are way out there. With Google+ Communities there's now a gathering place for your passions".
Source : Themobileindian