Google’s $150 Nik Collection of Picture Editing Software program is Currently 100 % Free
Whoa. Google merely revealed that it’s making its Nik Collection of desktop picture modifying software application 100 % totally free.
You could keep in mind that Google obtained Nik Software and also its preferred Snapseed image modifying application back in September 2012. Although Google killed off Snapseed for Desktop computer in March 2013, it was still large information when Google began offering the whole Nik suite (originally valued at around $500) for the “affordable price” of $150 later on that month.
Currently it’s free.
The Nik Collection has 7 desktop plug-ins that offer a vast array of photo editing features, consisting of mimicking the appearance of old electronic cameras and also movies, retouching and also fixing photos, darkroom retouching, changing color and tonality, HDR, image sharpening, and noise reduction.
The entire collection is free to download and install starting today, March 24th, 2016. If you invested money getting the collection anytime this year, you’ll get a full refund of your acquisition rate (it’ll be instantly issued soon).
We’re thrilled to bring the powerful photo modifying tools once only utilized by experts to much more people currently, Google claims. You could download the collection for yourself for both Windows and also Mac here.