Snapseed was and is probably one of the best photo editing applications that you can find, and as you may already know is the company that the app has developed acquired by Google, but this does not mean that iOS users no longer Snapseed can use . The application is in fact just been updated for the larger screen of the iPhone 5 and the support for iOS 6.
Besides the support for iOS 6 and the 4-inch screen of the iPhone 5, Nik Software has also a function from the application: support for Flickr. According to the developers, this is only temporary and not had this happen to the guidelines of the Apple Store to violate. Currently there would be ongoing discussions with Apple and Flickr to this popular feature to bring back.
It is not entirely surprising to see that Nik Software, the company that last month was acquired by Google, still working on the software for iOS. Google dropped because shortly after the acquisition already know that the company will continue to work on the high-end application and plug-ins Snapseed. But that advanced technology would also be used for Google+, the social network of the search giant. The iOS app cost roughly $5 and in the mac app store, the Mac version is $20. The Windows platform seems to be supported as well.
Earlier, Google acquired all the favorite iOS and Mac email client Sparrow on, although after launch, know no future updates to bring the message that appeared last week Sparrow would still be updated to add support for iOS 6 and the larger screen of the iPhone 5.
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