Latest Google Photos for Android Offers Non-Destructive Editing
Google is rolling out an update to Google Photos for Android devices that makes it possible to undo changes made to images. Photos version 1.7 includes fully reversible and non-destructive editing so users can save edits alongside a new copy of each photo. The original image remains untouched. Google Photos for Android is free to download from the Google Play Store.
Adobe Bolsters Mobile Photo Editing Apps with Raw Support
Nov 9, 2016
Adobe today made its mobile photo editing apps far more powerful. Fresh updates to Lightroom for Android, Photoshop Express for iOS, and Lightroom on the web give mobile device users a richer array of tools for manipulating photos on the go.
Google Photos Gains Print-Scanning Tool, New Editing Functions
Nov 15, 2016
Google today announced a new way for people to save old photos and improve the ones they already have stored in Google Photos. First, PhotoScan is a brand new app that people can use to take pictures of physical prints for storing digitally in the cloud.
BlackBerry Makes BBM Privacy Features Free
Apr 4, 2016
BBM users now have more control over their messages thanks to an update BlackBerry made available to Android, BlackBerry, and iOS devices. All three platforms now have unlimited use of the Retract and Timer features.
Instagram Adds Photo Replies and Face Filters
Aug 17, 2017
Instagram has rolled out several new ways to interact with friends on the photo-sharing social network. First, Instagram made it possible to reply with a photo or video to specific photos, videos, and reshared posts in the Direct messages feature.
Google Lens Can Now Recognize Your Pet's Breed
Apr 12, 2018
Google is rolling out an update to Google Photos today that gives it the power to identify cat and dog breeds. The latest version of Google Lens, the search giant's image-based search tool, scans pictures of cats and dogs in users' photo libraries and attempts to match them to its own knowledge base.