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Snapseed Now Available as Universal App for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

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Leading photography software developer Nik Software today released a universal version of Snapseed, its acclaimed photo enhancement and sharing app for everyone. As a universal app, Snapseed now runs on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices. Regardless of device, Snapseed offers a fast, enjoyable, and high quality photo experience for people on the go. The app enables a powerful photographic workflow that includes photo capture, stunning enhancements and effects, and a broad range of sharing options all using simple gesture controls.

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“Since launching the initial iPad version, we have been extremely pleased by the overwhelming response to Snapseed,” said Michael J. Slater, President and CEO of Nik Software. “Bringing the app to even more devices now offers iPhone and iPod users the same fun, easy and powerful Snapseed photo experience.”

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Snapseed enables anyone to create amazing photos with a wide variety of innovative filters and tools. By combining filters, textures, and other enhancements, users can enjoy almost limitless effects. One-click adjustments automatically improve photos. Filters like Grunge, Vintage, and Drama can take any photo to a new, extraordinary level. Snapseed also introduces the company’s revolutionary U Point technology in touch devices, bringing
precise selective adjustments to change brightness, contrast, and saturation by simply touching and swiping the screen, blending the effect naturally throughout the image.

Snapseed is the first application in a new generation of photography software that brings the power and speed of the desktop to mobile devices. With Snapseed, users can capture, enhance, edit, and share their photos via social networks, email and even print in just a few seconds.

Pricing and Availability

Snapseed is available for &#83643.99, $4.99 or the equivalent in other currencies exclusively on the App Store. Snapseed is a universal app, which means that customers who purchase it will be able to install it on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Download here/US $4.99

Download here/UK £2.99

Download here/Euro – 3.99

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