Google+ brings Snapseed-powered photograph modifying instruments to desktop Chrome (video)
Google added Snapseed photograph modifying to its Google+ apps on Android and iOS again in March, and now it is bringing them to the desktop. The brand new instruments embrace Auto Improve, selective modify modifying, and filters, all powered by the Chrome browser’s Native Shopper tech. Not conversant in how that works? Google introduced Native Shopper to Chrome again in 2011, and it permits builders to port code written in languages like C and C++ so it runs within the browser. Vic Gundotra stated on Google+ that that is the Snapseed app constructed for Chrome, so we’ll see if extra cellular apps and options comply with it over.
When you’re not utilizing Chrome you will need to stay with primary crop and rotate modifying instruments on Google+, however even these have been shifted round to make them simpler to seek out. As soon as the brand new choices can be found in your account (as normal, they’re rolling out slowly over the subsequent few weeks) all you will have to do is choose one in every of your photographs in Chrome and hit “edit” to see them. Till then, take a look at the video demo embedded after the break.