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Google makes Snapseed for iOS free

Mel Martin
12.06.12
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Google bought Nik Software and took them over on September 12th. Today, Snapseed, arguably one of the finest image editors for iOS, just went free, dropped from the US$4.99 previous price.

Other changes include built in Google+ sharing, of course, and some new filters and updated photographic frames. Those frames can be colorized to match the colors in your image.

I've always liked Snapseed, and at free it's a must grab. Sadly, the OS X version of Snapseed remains at $19.99, but it's worth it.

Google also today released Snapseed for Android phones, where it is also free. No surprise there. Google = Android.

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