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The Grunge filter returns in a new update of Google’s Snapseed photo editing app

The Grunge filter returns in a new update of Google’s Snapseed photo editing app

May 29, 2015

It’s time to get grungy with Snapseed. With a recent update, Google’s photo editing app is once again welcoming the pictured Grunge filter.

In version 2.0.2, users can now also copy, paste, and hide Control Points in the Selective feature.

And along with improved styles in HDR, the update brings an option to export flat copies on iOS 8 for compatibility with apps like Lightroom and Dropbox.

A universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini, Snapseed can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.

Back in April, Google unveiled the first major update of the app in more than a year. Along with a revamped look, version 2.0 brought the interesting Stacks feature. With Stacks, you can re-edit any image and see a list of applied filters that can be used on another photo.

A filter can even be removed at any position.

If you’re interested in a similar app, the powerful Pixelmator was also updated earlier this week to go universal for the iPhone along with the iPad/iPad mini. That great app is $4.99 and available now to download.

For other app news today, see: Best new games of the week: Til Morning’s Light and Brickies, Flexibits teases an Apple Watch version of its Fantastical 2 calendar app, and Never wonder where you parked your car again with TrakCar.

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