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Snapseed updated with the ability to export photos to SD cards

16 December 2016 4

Snapseed is one of the most popular Google owned photo editing apps available on Play Store. The app allows you to add all sorts of filters, frames and more to your photos. The widely-used app has received a new update on both Android and iOS. With this update, the app has jumped to version number 2.14 and brings new features along with bug fixes and other improvements.

One of the major changes in this version of Snapseed is definitely the ability to export your photos to your SD card. This was not possible earlier but now it is. You just need to enable it in the settings menu. So now you can edit a lot of pictures in Snapseed while still keeping your internal storage free.

Further, text in the Text tool can now be easily centered vertically and horizontally. On Android, the Perspective tool brings back the old horizontal and vertical adjustment modes. This is something that the users have been asking for. This allows you to apply any kind of transformation and perspective adjustment you can think of.

Snapseed has also refreshed the presets for the Face filter, giving more options for fast and easy enhancements.

The updated version is currently available in the Play Store and you can download it for free.



Snapseed updated with the ability to export photos to SD cards
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This is a good improvement indeed. I have used the app on a number of occasions. The downside was the storage. Whenever I saved a new image, it ate more space, thereby filling up the storage. But this new update looks quite handy.


Whenever there is any news about Snapseed, I get really excited, because it's the app I'm using for over a year now. And it has always given me the best of the service.

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