Google Photos Lets iPhone Owners Adjust Background Blur
The most recent update to the Google Photos app for iOS added a feature to help spruce up portraits. Photos for iOS allows users to adjust the background blur and change the focus of photos taken in portrait mode. These tools have been added to the editing menu of Google Photos, where new sliders appear for making adjustments. The Android version of Google Photos gained the blur adjustment feature earlier this year. Google Photos for iOS is free to download from the iTunes App Store.
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