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Snapseed on the App Store

Snapseed on the App Store
Description Perfect your photos in a snap with the new Snapseed 2.0. This app brings to your mobile device the power and control of professional photo editing software, previously only available on the desktop. Now with the tap of a finger you can retouch, adjust perspective, re-edit, and more. == Stacks for Managing your Edits==• Stacks provide a list of applied filters that you can re-edit or copy and apply to another image• Use Stacks to go back in time visually• Re-edit any filter at any time!• Remove a filter at any position in the stack• Use the new Stacks Brush to paint in or out any applied filter ...More Customer Reviews Keeps Improving Since UI/UX revamp by AshFallenBrightly Thank you for listening & putting the grunge filter back, the selective lighting nodes back WITH the invisible icon so you can 'Actually' see the result before committing - that was indeed a big mistake .... Great program but still buggy. by TCOG Not loving the update by Brodieman88

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