A highly intuitive image editor which comprises many filters and adjustable settings, in addition to an straightforward and eye-catching UI
Editing your photos or performing small adjustments don’t need to be difficult, as there are plenty of user-friendly applications out there that simplify these operations, making them accessible for all types of users.
Snapseed for PC is a good example, as it offers a pretty impressive set of image editing features that are presented in a very intuitive manner. While the application has now been discontinued, it can still prove useful, though it is no longer possible to activate it after the end of the trial period.
Fix image issues and enhance details
No image is perfect straight out of the camera, and they can usually benefit from some color or lighting adjustments. With this program, the changes can be made automatically, though you still have the option of fine-tuning them yourself. What’s more, modifications can be made to only certain areas of the image.
If you need to straighten your photo or crop something out, Snapseed has you covered. The process is very straightforward, and you can even set a fixed aspect ratio when cropping.
Enhance your photos using creative adjustments
Once all the issues have been fixed, you can take things further and use a number of image effects to make your photos look even better. These include black and white, vintage and grunge filters.
All these effects can be adjusted before they are applied, and you can also switch between the original image and the edited version with just a single mouse click.
Export images to JPEG or TIFF and share them on social media
When it comes to the output options offered by Snapseed, we weren’t exactly impressed. Images can only be exported to JPEG or TIFF, and the output settings cannot be customized.
However, it is nice to see that the application provides you with a quick way to share images via e-mail, Facebook, Flickr and Twitter. Once you’ve authorized the program, you can also disconnect from these services at any time from the Share menu.
While Snapseed may be showing its age, it is still a great choice for users who need an intuitive image editor for basic operations. Unfortunately, though, it has now been discontinued, so you can only use it for the duration of the 15-day trial period.