- Auto Correct - Automatically analyzes your photo and adjusts color and exposure to perfection.
- Selective Adjust - Make precise selections and enhancements to specific areas of your photos in seconds with Nik Software’s revolutionary U Point technology.
- Tune Image - Use Ambiance to create depth and vibrancy that uniquely adapts to colors and textures. Adjust White Balance, Saturation, Contrast, more.
- Straighten & Rotate - Rotate 90° and/or straighten photos with simple gesture controls.
- Crop - Easily crop images to remove distracting parts of your photo with standard aspect ratios, or a free crop.
- Black & White - Get that classic Black and White look with this darkroom-inspired filter.
- Vintage Films - Make any photo look like a vintage color film photo from the 50’s, 60’s or 70’s.
- Drama - Add style with a custom effect specifically tailored to your photos, ranging from subtle textures to wildly artistic effects.
- Grunge - Give your photos a totally unique, hip, and dingy look.
- Tilt-Shift - Create a narrow in-focus area designed to simulate depth of field, common in a Miniature Scene look.
- Details - Enhance details with traditional sharpening or the unique Structure control found in the Nik Software professional products.
- Center Focus - Draw attention to the subject of your photo by blurring and adjusting the brightness of the surrounding background.
- Organic Frames - Add stylized borders to photos for the perfect finishing touch.
The application itself reminds me of Photoshop Express. The edits can be done by dragging a finger across the screen or up and down for toggles. Once that desired edit is reached, just tap to the next item and it changes. I have never been keen on the drag to edit features, but it seems organic within Snapseed.
Snapseed is currently only available for devices running Android 4.0 and higher; with over 50% of Android devices still s
Is Snapseed really going to be an app that will whittle away the Instagram user base, or has Google simply released another image editing tool onto an already saturated public? We welcome your comments below!