RV_ Posted February 23 Report Share Posted February 23 But there is a catch, while free to Pixel users like me and Joel here, you have to pay $2 a month for Google One. Excerpt: "At the center of all the ads is one claim-to-fame feature: Magic Eraser, a one-tap editing tool found in the Google Photos app that lets you magically remove unwanted subjects from any image. That includes photobombers in your otherwise perfectly-framed family vacation photo and passersby in your grand capture of the Grand Canyon. There's a level of satisfaction that comes with such power, and Google knows it. Also: 3 hidden Samsung Galaxy camera features you should be using Since its release, Magic Eraser has been exclusive to the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 series, but Google today is rolling out an update that gives the Pixel 5a and earlier models, other Android devices, and iPhones the ability to use the photo-editing feature, too. The before (left) and after (right) using Magic Eraser. Note that while Magic Eraser comes free for all Pixel users, you do need a subscription to Google One -- the company's own cloud storage service -- to reap the benefit on non-Pixel phones like the iPhone. The rates for a Google One membership start at 100GB for $2 a month and go up to 2TB of storage for $9.99 a month. You'll save 16% if you commit to an annual subscription, of course." Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/google-pixels-magical-camera-feature-is-finally-coming-to-iphones-and-other-android-phones/?ftag=TREc64629f&utm_email=3b2e0f94e4947c973f63c5cf2d34603c24fe97fe01cb10979119da7270e034b9&utm_campaign_id=6256934&utm_email_id=292b4895bc328074fc579d266cfd9459743609e7f2daa8a9154ed5b6a0fe3644&utm_newsletter_id=92316&medium=email&source=iterable Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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