Hey everyone. RC here. I’m happy to announce that Snapseed by Google just got a MAJOR upgrade and is now live!!! We figured – this is a great time to get some facetime with Google themselves to talk about it!

In this bonus episode of The Grid – Scott Kelby and RC Concepcion are joined by Nils Kokemohr of Google to debut the release of this awesome app.

Want to See a Whole Class on Snapseed 2.0?

I’m a huge fan of the work Google has done with this app. To make it for free takes it to yet another level. How about if we gave you a whole class on using it for free?

For a full 28 lesson class on how to use Snapseed 2.0 make sure you visit http://kelbyone.com/snapseed

I would say go out and get this program immediately! You’re going to be so happy with what they’ve added here.

Get the newest version of Snapseed by Google by visiting iTunes or Google Play
Google Play: http://bit.ly/k1SnapseedAndroid
Itunes: http://bit.ly/k1SnapseediOS

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  1. That was a good demo and discussion.

    I wondered when Nils mentioned that they’d done a lot of optimization/performance work for the smaller device port, if they were also going to back-port the algorithm improvements and lessons learned to the desktop tools ?

  2. It’s great to hear that Google has finally done something with the wonderful Nik tools they bought up. Snapseed is the ONLY mobile-based app I use for photos taken with my mobile devices (not a spokesman).

    Now I would like to see something done with the Nik software suite—it hasn’t been updated in quite a while, and I hope Google doesn’t ruin such a great product. (Note: If they can’t, they should give it back to the Nik founders.)

  3. The link http://kelbyone.com/snapseed leads to a page stating “We are sorry, but the page you are looking for does not exist”

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  5. The update is fantastic, but why not add a noise removal tool? that is the only thing missing.

  6. i was blown away with what they added. it’s had some rivalry come into the picture but 2.0 took it so much further.

  7. WTH when I started up Snapseed, my phone displayed a message saying that my SIM sent a text message. Never seen this before and no record of what the text message was or where it went! Spooky! To Google???? :(

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