Google announced Thursday that it will launch the “magic eraser” feature, in addition to a set of photo editing tools available within the Google Photos app for all Pixel phone users for free, while Google One subscribers will be able to use these tools on other phones. operating on Android and iOS systems, after it was available exclusively to users of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 phones.
The Magic Eraser tool allows users to remove unwanted elements from images, such as strangers in the background of images, power lines, or any other things that may affect the aesthetics of the image, as the user can click on the unwanted element or draw a circle around it to delete it From the image, so that the artificial intelligence in the application restores the background to restore the missing parts of it.
The “Magic Eraser” also provides another feature, which is camouflage, which is similar to an eraser, with the difference that it is intended for elements in the foreground of the image that are difficult to delete without distorting the image. In this case, the tool adjusts the colors of the required element to give it a faded color similar to the surrounding colors, which reduces its prominence within the image.
In addition, Google offers the feature of video enhancement through the HDR effect to increase the brightness and color contrast in the video, which gives more homogeneous colors that significantly improve the image quality.
The application also provides Google One subscribers with new exclusive templates for photo collages that the user can choose from when creating a new collage.
It is noteworthy that Google’s announcement comes among other updates launched by the company for a group of its services, including YouTube support for the feature of dubbing video clips, launching the podcast service within the (YouTube Music) application, updating the Google smart TV platform, Google TV, and issuing new features for the Google Docs service.