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Google photos gets ‘undo editing’ feature in new update.

 


Google photos for Android just got a new photo editing feature in latest update.

This new feature will enable edited photos to be fully reversible. This means that pictures will no longer be duplicated into original and edited versions. So, there you go lovers of photo editing, you can now dither and make mistakes without destroying your picture.

This update (v1.17) is rolling out now in the Play Store: goo.gl/55OnIr, check it out. You should be able to get the update through your devices Play Store app. All you have to do is search for Google photos via the search bar inside the app and the application will come up.

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Ifeanyi Joseph

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6 Comments

  1. This feature that prevents the loss of the original files is indeed good. Formerly, I would have to copy a picture from one folder to another before editing it.

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