Snapseed, the hugely popular photo editing application for iOS devices is to make the jump to the Android Market and the Mac App Store, the service's developers have revealed.
Making the announcement at CES 2012, Snapseed developer Nik has revealed it is to expand the availability of its successful photo manipulating app with device’s running Google’s Android OS and Apple Macs topping the list of potential candidates for expansion.
“We’re very pleased to bring Snapseed to the Android tablet market,” said Michael J. Slater, president and CEO of Nik Software. “Offering Snapseed for Android tablets is a great opportunity for more users to experience the fun and creativity of photo editing and sharing. We worked with NVIDIA to make Snapseed fast and responsive for Android users everywhere.”
Allowing users to transform their snaps in a matter of moments Snapseed touts a variety of photo editing tools with filters and affects apply to be applied whilst the U Point option allows specific areas of images to be enhanced in further detail.
With Nik promising the Mac edition of Snapseed will host more features and run faster that previous iterations the developer has confirmed the editing software will hit the Mac App Store in the near future with a £12.99 price tag. The Android edition will set wannabe owners back £3.24.
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