- Google Photos is rolling out new editing tools for Android users to edit pictures.
- After tapping “Edit” on a picture, navigating to Adjust and scrolling to the very end of the carousel will show “Sharpen” and “Denoise.
- Google, in December, announced a 50 percent price cut to 10TB, 20TB, and 30TB plans of Google One.
Google Photos is rolling out new editing tools for Android users to edit pictures.
The new tools Sharpen and Denoise will help users create less blurry images and remove background grain. These tools will appear in the slot between Pop and Vignette options. Users can access the new editing tools by going to Google Photos and selecting the Edit option after choosing the picture they want to edit.
With the launch of the Pixel 5 and 4a 5G last year, Google also rolled out a redesigned Photos editor on Android. The video experience has since been similarly revamped, while Google Photos is now rolling out new “Sharpen” and “Denoise” tools.
After tapping “Edit” on a picture, navigating to Adjust and scrolling to the very end of the carousel will show “Sharpen” and “Denoise.”
The new tools slot right in between the existing “Pop” and “Vignette” options. Those additions are marked with a yellow dot, just like when the “HDR” effect launched for Pixel phones and Google One subscribers.
Both feature increments ranging from 0 to 100, while functionality is otherwise in line with other image editing apps.
Sharpen works to create a less blurry image, while Denoise often works to remove background grain. When applied to the max, the effect is very apparent and not too accurate in very brief testing.
The Sharpen and Denoise tools in Google Photos for Android are still in the process of rolling out via a server-side update, the report said.
Google, in December, announced a 50 percent price cut to 10TB, 20TB, and 30TB plans of Google One.
The basic subscription of Google One will continue to cost you Rs 130 per month or Rs 1,300 every year. For the mentioned price, you will get 100GB of storage space. Google allows you to share the storage with your family as well. You can invite up to five additional family members to your plan. The 200GB cloud storage plan will still cost you Rs 210 per month or Rs 2,100 for a year. There is also a 2TB cloud storage plan, which is priced at Rs 650 per month and Rs 6,500 per annum.