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We’re excited to announce that Snapseed 2.18 has started rolling out today to users on Android and iOS. This update includes a fresh new UI, designed for faster editing with more efficient access to your favorite features.

You’ll find Looks are now available from the main screen, making it easier than ever to apply your customized filters to your photos. Looks are a powerful way to save your favorite combinations of edits and apply them to multiple images. We’ve added 11 beautiful new presets (handcrafted by the Snapseed team) to help you get started - give them a try!

We’re also bringing the Perspective tool to iOS to allow you to easily adjust skewed lines and perfect the geometry of horizons or buildings.

Happy editing!
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Have you tried out Snapseed’s new features yet? Open up the creative possibilities of our Double Exposure filter by using it in combination with Selective and the stack brush as demonstrated in this video.
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Inspiration needed? Watch this short video tutorial how to use Snapseed's Double Exposure filter and some other tools for putting landscape photos into jars. As a source for more inspiration, you might want to look at the awesome work of +Christoffer Relander Photography who actually inspired me looking into this style. And who seems to work on actual film -- so he's playing in a totally different league. :)
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Snapseed 2.17 is available for all users on iOS and Android now, so let’s take a look at the new Face Pose tool. This is Snapseed’s second tool that focuses on working with portraits and selfies. Like Face Enhance, it will detect a face in your photo and allow you to interact with it. Face Pose is limited to work on one face only, so give it a try with a selfie or a portrait of one person.

Face Pose can modify the orientation of a head: After mapping the pixels of a face onto a 3D model, Face Pose lets you tilt and pan the face. By tapping the parameter-selector icon at the bottom of the screen, you can modify the size of the pupils, the intensity of a smile, and the photo’s apparent focal length (useful for correcting distortion).
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What a release! Snapseed 2.17 starts rolling out today and it brings you three new awesome tools: Double Exposure allows you to blend two photos and choose from blending modes that are inspired by analog film techniques as well as digital image processing. Face Pose lets you correct the pose of portraits based on three dimensional models. Expand allows you to increase the size of your canvas and fill up the new space in smart ways with content from your image.

In addition, local looks and QR looks now support the Brush tool and Stacks Brushing.

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Snapseed 2.16 starts rolling out today and it brings you many new features and improvements: Sharable Looks; Structure in Selective Adjust; and on Android Insights and Auto Perspective.

By very popular demand, Snapseed now lets you to save your edits as reusable looks, then apply them to your photos with just a couple of taps! A look can consist of almost any combination of filters and tools. Just build up a library of your favorite combinations, then apply them to your photo—optionally adding them to your current edits. Want to stylize your photo with a combination of one particular Grainy Film preset, Vignette and Frame? One tap! Add a custom text watermark on top of your edited photo? Easy!

Also, you now can easily share these looks with your friends and followers. Snapseed will generate a QR code that embeds your look. Scan this QR code in Snapseed to apply the look to the current photo. You can easily share it through social media, on your web site, or by email and instant messaging! (QR look featured in this post with kind permission of +Jacob Dix.)

On Android, Snapseed now also includes the Insights view that has been available on iOS. Insights brings you tutorials, looks, videos and other inspirational and instructional articles right into Snapseed.

Also on Android, the Perspective tool now features the ability to automatically correct the perspective of your photos. Just tap the Auto button and then optionally fine tune the results.

Last but not least, Selective now allows you to apply “Structure” selectively. Many of you may know Structure from the Details tool. Using Selective, you can place a Control Point on a particular area of the photo and Snapseed will apply all changes, like Structure, in a smart way on just the selected area.
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Snapseed’s first update in 2017 started rolling out today. It includes many improvements and a brand new tool: Curves!

Curves gives you precise control over brightness levels and colors to shape the look of your photos. If you are familiar with Curves from desktop applications, you should be able to get started right away. If you are new to Curves, take a look at the many presets that come with the tool to help you stylize your photo.

We’ve also improved the face detection in our Face filter. When Snapseed fails to detect faces, you can now ask it to try harder. In the Text tool, all multiline styles now allow you to choose where to wrap lines. We’ve also improved the grain quality in Black & White.
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Snapseed 2.14 started rolling out today. This update will be the last one before the holidays and includes many improvements:

Both on iOS and Android, text in the Text tool can now be easily centered vertically and horizontally. Also, we’ve refreshed the presets of the Face filter, giving more options for fast and easy enhancements.

On Android, the Perspective tool brings back the old horizontal and vertical adjustment modes that many users asked for. With this addition, Perspective lets you apply any kind of transformation and perspective adjustment you can think of.

Also on Android, you can now choose the target folder for exporting a photo, allowing you to store it on an SD card or elsewhere. To enable it, just go to the settings menu for exports.
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Snapseed 2.13 started rolling out today. This version includes an improved UI for selecting and changing parameters. In addition to swiping up and down to choose parameters, you can now also tap the adjust icon on the bottom bar to bring up a tap-enabled parameter selector. The selected parameter will always be shown as a slider at the top of the screen. To adjust the parameter you can still swipe left and right anywhere on the screen as before.

On iOS, this release now also includes the dedicated White Balance tool that got launched on Android a while ago. This tool allows you to adjust the colors in your photo to look more natural. Just choose the auto correct option, or use the included color picker for fine control.

Finally, when opening raw images that have been captured with a creative setting on your camera Snapseed will now show the default raw colors. Previously the embedded color profiles sometimes limited the creative choices in editing your raw files.
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Snapseed 2.12 is rolling out today on Android and iOS, with bug fixes and minor adjustments throughout. In particular, we’ve improved HDR Scape. The preview is now more consistent with the final rendered image and performance went up quite a bit too.

And did you know that Snapseed can now also be used to edit interactive photo spheres? Enjoy the view from Google’s terrace in Munich which became Snapseed’s new home a couple of weeks ago!

Interactive version of this photo sphere: https://goo.gl/photos/BPUR1pwhn8zYJu6d9
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We have released an update for Android users to version 2.9.1, resolving the issue of lost original image files that some users experienced. (iOS was not affected by this issue.) If you have not already received the update, please download it now from the Play Store.

And thank you to all of you who reported the issue to us in our user forum! We appreciate feedback and review the forum daily, so please don't hesitate to visit our forum for feedback, questions, or conversations with other Snapseed users. https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/snapseed
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