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Google Magic Editor rolling out to more Android devices

Google Magic Editor availability expands (Source: Google Store)
Google Magic Editor availability expands (Source: Google Store)
After reaching older Pixels last month, the Google Magic Editor is now available to a wider range of devices, including Samsung Android handsets. The free version of this tool can be found in Google Photo's latest app version. Google unleashed the Magic Editor with the Pixel 8 series less than one year ago.

As AI-driven features and tools continue to pop up everywhere in the mobile world, the time has come for Google Magic Editor to become available for more devices. Launched last October with the Pixel 8 series, this piece of code is a generative AI photo tool that allows its users to easily perform operations such as reframing, repositioning of both objects and human beings or animals, resizing, lighting adjustment, and more. 

While Pixels users and those who acquired a Google One Premium plan can use the Magic Editor without any restrictions, this tool isn't entirely the same on non-Google devices. While the good part is that none of its capabilities are restricted, the bad one is that only 10 photos can be saved each month by free users who decide to take advantage of its availability. 

Google Photos users who don't see a Magic Editor prompt should ensure that they're running the latest version of the program. As of today, the latest version is labeled 6.85 for most users. In my case, it is 6.86.0, but it seems like there aren't any Magic Editor capabilities available yet. Those who want to get the Magic Editor as soon as possible can currently grab the 128 GB Google Pixel 8 for $549 on Amazon instead of $699, thanks to a generous discount of 21 percent.


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Codrut Nistor, 2024-06-10 (Update: 2024-06-10)