Yesterday was such a big update Wednesday that it's bleeding into Thursday with the likes of Snapseed. The v2.2 update is rolling out, and proponents of RAW photography on mobile will be happy to hear (and see) that it improves the editing process. There are a few other tweaks too.
Here's the changelog for v2.2.
- Improved editing quality for noisy RAW images
- Added ability to copy and paste RAW settings from one DNG to another
- Filter styles now default to the last applied style
- Bug fixes and improvements to stability and performance
Snapseed added RAW editing fairly recently, making it one of the few Android apps with the capacity to edit the DNG files some phones can spit out now. This update should handle noise in RAW images better, plus you can copy the settings from one RAW image to another. That's a potential time saver.
If you apply filters to an image in v2.2, the app will remember that style and automatically default to it on the next image. It looks like the update is live in the Play Store for everyone, so go ahead and mash the update button.