Have you noticed when Google acquires a company then you can see much like it did with Nik Software’s gorgeous app called Snapseed, makes it free version and made it available for both Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS devices.
Google on Thursday said that its online social network has grown widely to 135 million active users, and have added a new photo-sharing app which lets users to compete against services like the big giant, Facebook’s instagram service. In order to achieve that, Google has now introduced the mobile photo sharing service Snapseed, actually made by Nik Software to the social network.
The service, which is similar to the Instagram – bought by Facebook for a hefty price this year – allow users to crop and enhance pictures before publishing to social network sharing.
Previously the price for the Snapseed photo editing application was $4.99 but Google in their generosity have now made the app free to download for iOS devices, and today launched the app on Android devices as well. Gundotra also said that Google+ will be adding a new feature called “Communities” which makes the Google+ “hangouts” permanent locations. Google has also added a number of other features to the application including Google+ sharing, together with new filters and updated photographic frames.
Not yet benefited from the fantastic and easy-to-use filters and photograph tweaking technology with the Snapseed application, just head over to the iTunes App Store if you’re an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch user or visit Google Play Store if you’re an Android toting owner to grab the free of charge download.
Windows PCs can have it for free and being an Mac OS X version machine will have to pay $20 for the Snapseed app version to taste it.