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Google Photos gets new video editor, enhanced photo features

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Google Photos has introduced an extremely cool feature for their Android phones. The Tech Giant has already introduced a video editing feature in its Google photos on an iOS. This editing feature will allow users to edit your video, its saturation and granulation which is similar to how you do with your photos and after Apple the feature will now be rolled out to the Android devices.

The update will allow Android users to try it on Google photos with more than 30 newly advanced features which will let them stabilize, apply filters, change perspective and crop videos. In a very similar way, they can also do the same with images. And, it will also allow you to change the brightness, saturation, and the warmth of your videos according to your liking and preference.

This new video editing features for Google photos will be made available to the Android users in a matter of few weeks.

Apart from this, the Tech Giant has also been adding more premium photo editing features to their Google Photos and this will be made available to the Google One subscribers only – these features were only available to pixel phones only. The features will allow you to portrait blur, portrait light, and colour pop on your pictures through Google Photos and these features will be easily be available on Android phones. 

There is a very unique feature which is called the “super filters” will also be made available to the Google One Subscribers. These super filters will allow you to add complex edits through one tap only. And, you will be allowed to add brightness and enhance your image from whichever part you like. 

Now, you are someone who is not a very techy person and they have no experience with huge editing software’s, Google’s new Video editor and the photo editing software for Google One subscribers can be where you can find solace.

It is great to see Google taking steps in order to improve their features and they are now provided the public with new and advanced tools.

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