The very popular photo-editing app Snapseed, for iOS and Android, just got updated with a new set of features.
The most exciting feature, if you ask me, is the ability to edit RAW files. At this moment it support RAW files from 144 camera models. I personally tested a raw file from my Nikon D750, and it worked like a charm.
Snapseed 2.9 – Welcome screen when you load a RAW file
Snapseed 2.9 – Development tool
Besides the RAW support, Snapseed also got a new face tool, that will help you smooth out skin tones and add clarity to eyes. It also got a new text overlay feature that could come in handy on your typical Instagram photos.
Snapseed 2.9 – Tools
Snapseed 2.9 – Text overlay
I have been very happy for the RAW support that Adobe added to Lightroom mobile a couple of months ago. But Snapseed have some editing tools that makes certain things more easy to do, so I definitely think that this update to Snapseed will make me use it even more.