Last AugustGoogle has announced a host of new video editing tools for the Photos app on iOS. Yes, that̵
The new video editing features complement the Google Photos image editing options already found on Android. While Android had advanced image editing features but no advanced video editing, iOS had the opposite – advanced video but no image editing. Google says it plans to bring its Android image features to iOS in the coming months.
All in all, this means that Google Photos has actions for detailed options like cropping, changing contrast, brightness and more, be it editing videos or photos. At the same time, you can choose filters that do the heavy lifting for you, whether you’re looking at an image or a photo.
And if you’re a Google One subscriber, you’ll soon be able to access features that were previously only found on Pixel devices. That includes Portrait Blur, Portrait Light, Color Pop and more. A Google One subscription is all the more important now that Google plans to end free uploads to Google Photos.