Snapseed update makes it easy to copy recent edits between images

A fresh update is rolling out to photo editing app Snapseed, bringing along an easier way to apply the same edits across multiple photos. Thanks to the latest update, users can now carry over edits made on the last saved photo to a new one. You can see a quick clip of the process in action below.

Of course, this update contains a bit more worth noting. Here's the full breakdown, from Snapseed:

  • Apply Last Edits from the Main Screen. Use this feature to apply the same edits on a new photo that have been applied to the last saved photo. This feature only applies adjustments that have no local dependencies (i.e. no crop, transform or brush filters)
  • Horizontal flip in Straighten (y axis). Use this feature to horizontally mirror a photo, for example to fix front camera selfies which did not get mirrored correctly by the camera app.
  • Additionally on Android, Snapseed now displays more photo metadata information, including a map if the photo contains GPS information.

If you're interested in checking out all of the latest features to hit Snapseed, you can grab the most recent version of the app on Google Play now.

Dan Thorp-Lancaster