Nik Software has some good news and some bad news for users of Snapseed, the company's popular photography application. We’ll start with the bad news, so you don’t leave here with a bitter taste in your mouth. How’s that?
Snapseed 1.4.2 is now out for iPhone and iPad users worldwide. The updated application is somewhat crippled as it no longer supports Flickr because of a violation of the App Store guidelines imposed by Apple.
Nik Software says, “Flickr Support has been temporarily disabled due to a violation of the Apple App Store Guidelines. We are working with Flickr and Apple to find a solution to bring Flickr support back to Snapseed.”
The good news is that all of the features you’ve come to cherish in Snapseed have now been enhanced for the big screen of the iPhone 5. Also, the app now offers full support for iOS 6, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system.
Much like Instagram, Snapseed allows everyone to enhance, transform, and share their photos in a few taps using advanced features from digital photography.
You can use it to adjust your photos using Auto Correct, tweak them with Tune Image, and enhance specific objects or areas in your photos with Selective Adjust. Below are just a few other cool features touted by Nik Software.
• Experiment with fun & innovative filters like Drama, Vintage, Grunge, and Tilt-Shift
• Add Image Borders for a finishing touch
• Share your creations via email, Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and Instagram.
• Center Focus – Draw attention to the subject of your photo by blurring and adjusting the brightness of the surrounding background.
Snapseed is now compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad and requires iOS 4.3 as a minimum to work.
Download Snapseed iOS (Free)