Google set unveil Snapseed for Android?

Google set unveil Snapseed for Android?

Google may be close to releasing its version of the Snapseed mobile app, if new chatter is to be believed.  A few of Vic Gundotra’s followers (Google+) noticed a small detail yesterday when he posted a photo to his account with a tiny reference to the app.

As a quick refresher, Google acquired Snapseed’s developer, Nik Software, in September.  Perhaps as a way to peel off a few iOS photo lovers, it’s also possible that Google wanted to bolster its arsenal with an Instagram-like experience for Google+.  Whatever the case, Google promises that users will be able to “create photos they absolutely love” with Nik’s “high-end tools and plug-ins.”  Almost universally loved, Snapseed for Android gets us excited, regardless of heavy Google+ ties or not.

There are some outlets reporting that this Snapseed app will have tight integration with Google+, something one might logically expect.  That said, there’s also a chance that this particular image was uploaded via iPhone.  Another possibility is that Google+ is just showing that the photo was shared via Snapseed as a standalone app.

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2 Comments

  1. Jake
    October 05, 08:45 Reply

    I believe Snapseed is also available for OSX, not just iOS. It’s possible that Vic simply posted this from his Mac.

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