I knew it. Nik SO gets the iPad experience that it’s no surprise that Apple named Nik Software’s photo editing App Snapseed their “iPad App of the Year.” I looked back in my email to this summer, and dug up an email I sent to a friend who works for Nik when he asked if I had tried out the Beta of Snapseed. Here’s what I wrote to him back then:

“It feels like this is what Apple was hoping somebody would finally do in an App for the iPad. You leveraged the things that make the iPad great, and combined it with the creative power that makes Nik [Software] plug-ins so great. I would tell you I’m impressed, but that doesn’t go nearly far enough for what you have guys have managed to pull off.”


My congrats to Nik Software You guys did it! :-)

About The Author

Scott is a Photographer, bestselling Author, Host of "The Grid" weekly photography show; Editor of Photoshop User magazine; Lightroom Guy; KelbyOne.com CEO; struggling guitarist. Loves Classic Rock and his arch-enemy is Cilantro. Devoted husband, dad to two super awesome kids, and pro-level babysitter to two crazy doggos.

12 Comments

  1. Hi Scott, snapspeed is a great app. Nik produces some great software.
    I just finished watching Crush the composition on Kelby training, I heard it all before ……..BUT it was the best presentation of the subject I ever heard.

    Thanks,

    Marty

  2. Yes, a very good choice. Snapseed is a wonderful app. Congratulations to all concerned and thanks to you, Scott, for making the recommendation a few months back.

  3. Yes, I agree. Amazing App! Very powerful but yet still VERY simple to use… And just like John said thank you Scott for the heads up.

  4. Speaking of apps…the Light It app is showing a new issue, but when you tap it for purchasing, a pop-up says “This product is not available on the App Store.” :mad: LOL

  5. Snapspeed is an excellent app. Its features are amazing

  6. Is it just me missing it, or can you not input text in your pictures?

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