Google Photos for Android is all set to receive a new video editor, which will offer more than 30 controls to enhance videos. Further, Google is extending some photo editing features, earlier limited to Pixel phones to those who are Google One subscribers.
The new video editor will let users crop, change perspective and add filters, in addition to trimming, stabilising and rotating videos. Apple’s iOS already offers many of these in its native Photos app. Google Photos users will also be able to apply granular edits, including brightness, contrast, saturation and warmth, among others. The new video editing features are currently available for iOS users and Android users will get them in the coming weeks, the company said in a blog post.