Download: You Can Now Save & Share Your Snapseed Edits

You can now save and share your Snapseed edits with the most recent version of the app as Google has started pushing out an update that brings in a few new features. The Snapseed team states that the update to this version of the application is starting to roll out today, so there is every chance that many users will see the update or have already gotten it on their devices. If you happen to be an avid user of Snapseed though and you haven't received the update yet, you can grab the newest version of the APK from the button down below to install the update instead of waiting for it to show up.

When it comes to the changes, as mentioned above saving and sharing any of the edits you make on photos is now possible. Sharing aside, if you're one who spends quite a bit of time tweaking their images through Snapseed edits, you will no longer have to worry about trying to remember what adjustments you made, as the app will simply let you save the edit so you can reapply it to other images later on. This should make things super simple if you like to add the same types of edits to multiple images, and of course this will also make things a lot faster as you won't have to spend the time to get as close to the previous edit as possible, as Google notes that it will only take "a couple of taps" to get the job done.

If you want to share that edit with a friend, Snapseed will generate a QR code that you can share and when whoever you share the QR code with scans it the edit will automatically be applied to their photo, although it's important to note that users will need to scan the code from within the Snapseed app after having selected a photo to apply the edit. In addition to these two bigger features, Google has made a small adjustment to the perspective tool that will now auto-correct the perspective of your images. They have also brought over the Insights feature which was previously only available to iOS users of the application.

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