Google has brought improved video editing features to the Google Photos app for iOS users. The redesigned photo editor will be available to users in the coming months.
Google is bringing a new video editor to the Google Photos app for iOS that adds detailed controls for editing features such as brightness, contrast and exposure. In addition to these controls, users will now have options such as cropping videos, changing perspective, and adding filters directly from within the app.
New features coming to Google Photos for iOS
The new video editor will allow users to trim videos, change perspective and add filters. Users will also be able to apply detailed edits such as brightness, contrast, saturation, and temperature to their videos.
Pixel owners who purchase a Google One membership will get a new set of photo editing features, including portrait blur, portrait Light and many more advanced options.
The new video editing features have been released on Google Photos for iOS but may take a few days to all users. Most Android users will be available in the coming weeks. The redesigned photo editor, which was introduced to Android users in September, will be brought to iOS devices in the coming months.