Google’s Magic Eraser Is Now Available for iPhone & Android Users

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Last Updated on February 25, 2023 by Larious

Google is finally making some of its extraordinary and exclusive features widely available as it announced to release Google Photos app’s multiple features, such as Magic Eraser and HDR video for Android and iOS users who have subscribed to Google One subscriptions.

We all know the Google Photos app is not a favorable app for photos, but it has some advanced features compared to any other photos app, and now, non-Pixel or even iOS device users can use them, so let’s discuss all details below.

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You may be familiar with Google’s Magic Eraser feature and its capability of removing unwanted objects and distractions from the selected image with just a few taps.

It is said to be the best object remover tool than others as once it was compared to its competitor Samsung’s Object Eraser, and it was found to have more advancement.

Currently, it is only available for Pixel 6 & Pixel 7 series smartphone users, but very soon, it will arrive for more Pixel phones for free, and Google One members will also be able to use it on Android and iOS.

Besides, this is not the only feature that is coming for Google One members. The list also includes the Google Photos app’s HDR effect for videos which helps to enhance the color of videos.

And they will also get some exclusive collage editor styles in the app. Also, Google noted that all Google One subscribers would get all upcoming photo editing features earlier than everyone gets access.

Earlier, Google also launched its own VPN service, which is included in the subscription so subscribers can use it on their iPhone, PC, or any Android phone, and for Pixel 7 & 7 Pro users, it is completely free.

The starting subscription of 100GB storage costs $2 a month or $20 annually, and there is also a free trial, you can check out more details on its official site.


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