Google today announced that it is starting to roll Snapseed 2.0 out for users of the popular mobile photo editing app. The new app contains a number of powerful new features, including filters, effects, a number of new tools, non-destructive editing, and copy-and-paste for edits.
“We’ve updated the app in many ways while staying true to Snapseed’s mission of helping everyone easily create extraordinary images,” Google tells us.
New tools found in the app include Lens Blur, Tonal Contrast, intelligent perspective Transform, and Spot Healing.
You can now selectively apply filters and effects to certain areas of your photographs using the Brush tool.
Snapseed 2.0 also features non-destructive editing. Using the Stacks feature, users can re-edit or undo changes they’ve made to their images throughout the post-processing process. Oh, and edits can also be copied from one photograph to another now.
“This free app provides the power and control of professional photo editing software, previously only available on the desktop,” Google writes. “Now on your phone or tablet you can retouch, adjust perspective, re-edit, and more.”