I cannot believe you can't FLIP a picture HORIZONTALLY or VERTICALLY with this apparently sophisticated photo editing app. This is the most basic feature, it's time to add it, don't you think?
Photos don't get saved When I open a JPEG file and edit it for HDR and add a few more filters, it just doesn't get saved. The leaf keeps rotating on my notification bar but nothing happens. The file size is around 8MB only. Why does this happen to all the images.? Please do something about this.
Powerful yet easy to use - and it's free! Snapseed is brilliant for quick picture post-processing. Easy to use, there's no need to be a graphics professional. But it's still very powerful. And it's free, no ads.
Finally, version 2.2 allows working with DNG files, in theory. The reality is that I get a "raw photo editing is not supported on this device" message when I attempt to open any test DNG images. Lightroom Mobile had no problems opening DNG files on the same device.
U must download this It's very useful if you're a photography addicted person like me.it gives better view for ur pic & it's so easy to use for any one.
It outputs poor quality JPEGs and smaller photo dimensions I can't find any button that would let me keep the quality of the photo at its maximum and to NOT discard any color information, because that is what it does, this app, at the moment. It saves the image in a poor quality .jpeg and even resizes the image. Initially the image was over 8000 pixels wide. It was saved with a width a bit larger than 5000 pixels. Why did the app reduce the quality of the photo AND its dimensions? Why isn't there an option to save everything as PNG or to have a Maximum quality JPG?
With Snapseed, you can now edit DNG RAW images right on your device – in ways that are only possible with RAW. Correct exposure after the fact. Achieve precise control over color and tone. Boost shadows and recover highlights to bring out stunning details in your image.
Further improvements include
• Tap to hide controls on the main screen
• Zoom navigator doesn't obscure any part of the image
• Filter name is displayed in title bar
• Exif data is now fully preserved