Snapseed is a highly ingenious photo editing app that happens to be owned by a company you might have heard of -- Google. Now, the app has been adorned with a new update that gives you the ability to process RAW images. Interestingly, this new version of Snapseed allows you to process RAW images including those taken by DSLRs, particularly those saved by DNGs.
The Snapseed photo editing app has long given users the ability to shoot in RAW via Android Lollipop.
Now however, Google has given Snapseed 2.1 users the ability to process RAW images of a far higher quality. This gives the app a whole new degree of credibility and usability, and gives users the ability to process photo edits at a level that is far higher than previous and lesser equipped photo editing apps.