The report says that “Google’s Vic Gundotra flew to Baltimore yesterday and happily shared a photo he took during his flight on Google+. Nothing special there, but what’s interesting is that he sent the photo to Google+ using Snapseed, the – until now – iOS-only, photo-sharing app and Instagram competitor that Google acquired last month when it bought Nik Software.”
Snapseed is a good photo-editing application for the iOS.
Google procured Nik Software recently, the developers of Snapseed.
The general impression was that the photo editing app would be sent into oblivion, and paved into a broader Google app.
Tech Crunch reports unveiled that an image uploaded by Google’s Vic Gundotra using Snapseed on Google+ has been spotted.
The digital photo editing service Snapseed as now part of its attempt to rival against Facebook’s online social network. Snapseed is the centerpiece of Google’s acquisition of Nik Software, that expand the service’s photo-editing technology.
Lat month, the deal notified that Google gives a popular service which rivals against Facebook’s Instagram, that is broadly utilized to display, touch up and share photos taken on smartphones and tablet computers.
Facebook purchased Instagram for 715$ million in a deal which closed last month.
Google did not reveal the terms of the Nik Software acquisition.
Snapseed used to enhance the usage of Google Plus, a social networking alternative to Facebook. Moreover Google Plus has grown rapidly since its debut nearly 15 months ago, it is still experimenting with various specifications aimed at getting web surfers to verify into the service more frequently.
Acc. to a Monday post by Gundotra,Vic, now Google Plus have 400 million subscribers. Gundorta is a Google executive who oversees the service. And he also said, about 100 million subscribers visit to Google Plus each month. Facebook boasts of 955 million active subscribers.
Snapseed’s app- Nik Software says more than 9 million people use for the iPhone and iPad.
Apple makes the iPhone & iPad , named Snapseed its ‘Application of the Year’ in 2011.
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