Google has pushed an update for Google+ for Android with a bunch of new features, mainly focusing on the photo editing. The application is available in the Google Play Store.
The application comes with non-destructive photo editing across devices. This is an excellent feature and what it does is allow users to continue editing their photos on multiple devices. For example, if I start editing photos on my handset, I can continue where I left of on any other device, a tablet or the dekstop.
The latest update introduces who bunch of new filters and tools, including crop and rotate), 1-touch filters, and Snapseed-inspired enhancements (like Drama, Retrolux, and HDR Scape) and more. In addition to all-new filters and tools, Google has added a single view for all your photos. It doesn’t matter if they are stored on the current device or in the cloud, you can browse them easily.
It also allows users to find their photos by date. Google explains, “In addition to search, there’s now another way to find your photos fast. Just swipe through your photos in the ‘All’ view, and look for the scroll bar on the right. Dragging the scroll bar up or down will quickly move you forwards or backwards in time.”
If you’re a Google+ user, head over to the Google Play Store and download the update Google+ for Android.
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