Months after Google rolled out it’s feature for photo and video editing in its Photos app, the Google Photos on iOS is receiving an editing feature update this week.
In October 2020, Google debuted a completely redesigned photo editor for Android users, which launched with an AI personalized suggestions, adjustments for colors and blur, as well as some typical editing tools such as crop and filters.
However, in April 2021, the company also published an advanced video editor to Photos users, which allows video cropping, rotation, filters, brightness/contrast changes, as well as some other interesting editing pattern.
Google is rolling both of this exclusive tools Photos editing tools to iOS users. In a community post, Google detailed the rollout, which began yesterday, June 7 stating.
Before now, we introduced a new, more helpful editor in the Google Photos app on Android and are excited to announce it is now starting to roll out on iOS! It features smart and easy-to-use features so your photos and videos look their very best.Google Spokesperson
Though we are yet to notice the speculated live change on either of our iOS devices.