Google has released a new software update for their Google Photos app for Android and the latest update brings a new ‘undo edits’ feature.
The undo edits feature allows you to restore your photos back to their original state before your edited them.
Sometimes it takes multiple edits to get a photo just right – or you change your mind and decide the original was perfect just the way it was.
With today’s update for Android, editing is now fully reversible and non-destructive. So you can save your edits or save a new copy of the photo – either way, the original photo will remain untouched.
The feature means that your original photo as well as the edited photo are saved in the apps, this means that you can revert to the original at any time.
You can find out more details about the new undo edits features for Google Photos at the link below.
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