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Snapseed Update Adds New Filters, Google+ And Way Better Photo Import

Snapseed Update Adds New Filters, Google+ And Way Better Photo Import

Snapseed, the best damn photo editor on all of iOS, has gotten an update. V1.5 adds Google+ sharing, a whole new Retrolux filter, better frames, and a new icon. Oh, and it’s now free, so if you were too cheap to download it before, go grab it now.

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Snapseed Photo Editor Now Available In The Mac App Store

Snapseed Photo Editor Now Available In The Mac App Store

Nik Software has released its Snapseed photo editor in the Mac App Store. We told you a couple days ago from CES that Snapseed was headed to the Mac, and the app is now available for $19.99.

Snapseed has been an incredibly popular photo editing app on the iOS platform, so much so that it even won an Apple “App of the Year” award recently. The beautiful design and robust set of features we’ve come to expect from Nik Software is now available on the Mac.

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Popular iOS Photo Editing App Snapseed Is Making Its Way To The Mac App Store Very Soon [CES 2012]

Popular iOS Photo Editing App Snapseed Is Making Its Way To The Mac App Store Very Soon [CES 2012]

Popular iOS Photo Editing App Snapseed Is Making Its Way To The Mac App Store Very Soon [CES 2012]

LAS VEGAS, CES 2012 — After recently winning Apple’s “App of the Year” award, the popular photo-editing app, Snapseed, is making its way to the Mac to provide the same amazing functionality for OS X that iPhone and iPad users have grown to love. We had a chance to meet up with Nik Software (developers of Snapseed) and see the app in action, and we have to say, we’re pretty stoked that the Mac is getting this awesome app.

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Seriously?! Nik Software’s Outstanding Snapseed Photo Editing App Free [Daily Freebie]

Seriously?! Nik Software’s Outstanding Snapseed Photo Editing App Free [Daily Freebie]

I was seriously shocked when I saw this: Snapseed, probably the most elegant iOS photo editing app at the App Store, has been knocked down from $5 — to zero. It’s free.

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