Rollout of Magic Editor App Begins on Older Google Phones

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Last month, Google announced that it would make Magic Editor and other AI-powered tools free for all Android and iOS users.

Magic Editor was launched with the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, allowing you to move parts of an image, resize, or erase them, in addition to applying “contextual presets”: Sky, Golden Hour, and Stylish.

When you go to edit a photo, there is a pulsating Magic Editor button in the bottom left corner to start. You can “tap, circle, or use the brush to select,” while zooming in helps you pick things out.

Magic Editor

From now on, all Google Photos users on Android and iOS will receive 10 saves in the Magic Editor library per month.

For more edits, you need a Google One Premium plan (2+ terabytes) or to be a Pixel user.

Regarding hardware requirements for Android, it requires OS 8.0+ and 4 GB of RAM with a 64-bit chipset.


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