Google+ Photo Editing

Edit your Google+ photos with everything from simple tweaks to complete transformations

It seems that Google's acquisition of Snapseed is paying off again, as Google+ has just added a variety of photo editing tools based on its technology. The new tools can be found by viewing one of your photos in a lightbox and hitting the new "Edit" button above the image, where you'll then be given a sidebar with tons of new options. The tools are very clearly lifted directly from Snapseed (that isn't at all a bad thing), and give you options to tune and adjust, crop, rotate, add borders, selectively adjust, tilt-shift, apply several filters and more.

The tweaks go on and on, and can be mixed and matched as you see fit. When you're done editing an image you can choose to save it and have it replace the original, or you can always revert the changes if you're not happy with how things turned out. 

The new editing tools are rolling out gradually to users now, so don't be surprised if you don't see it show up on your own account for a little while. If you're anxious to try them out, make sure you're using Chrome, as the advanced editing features are restricted to just Google's browser at the moment.

Via: +Josh Haftel

 
There are 17 comments

codiusprime says:

I'm really happy that Google is using Snapseed to its fullest (it seems). Fantastic app.

rawmustard says:

They're also available in the update to the Google+ app posted today.

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No other browser uses Native Client so this week be chrome only for a while.

Bkmike23 says:

So what happened to the Picnik team that google used until this point?

aaronwe says:

Picnik was a Flash-based editor that forced an image resize down to 2048px. Looks like that tool is either dead, or the fallback for IE and Firefox.

imanexus says:

Nice!

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aaronwe says:

Bad: New G+ photo editor won't load on my Chromebook.
Worse: Google's official troubleshooting advice is to install OS X 10.8.

*wah*wah*

VAVA Mk2 says:

Won't work on Windows 8 either :(

Otchere says:

update your chrome browser!!

just testing a cool new NFC keyboard

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milesmcever says:

Sweet. Next question out of ignorance other than nexus tablets which other new tablets are nfc equipped?

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mth785 says:

It's great to be seeing Snapseed being used in the latest version of the Google+ app.

Via my Nexus 4.

I get "unable to load photo tools" Running updated Chrome browser on W8

Bunk12 says:

Does not work on Windows 8. Why would Google make a tool that doesn't work on the latest OS? Somebody is (still) not thinking.

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AaronT5 says:

Is anyone else still having problems loading the photo editor? I have the Chromebook with the latest version of Chrome. I also downloaded Chrome on my wife's Mac and it still doesn't work. This is the error message that I get:

"The photo editor couldn't be loaded. Click here to learn more."

Any advice?

Same problem here. I'll figure it out by myself since there's no clue about it.

PS: I'm using CrunchBang Debian Waldorf 64 bit. Using latest Google Chrome (downloaded from official download page), and using latest Graphic Card driver.