Google has updated its photo editor app with a number of new features, including a new “Basic Training” section.
Photo editing is now open from any photo.
If you’ve got an Android phone, you can add the app to your home screen by swiping up from the bottom of the screen, or you can simply tap on the app icon in the upper right hand corner.
You can also drag and drop photos from the photo editor to the app, and then place them into a folder.
If you’ve already downloaded the app you can use it to add or remove photos from your photo album.
Google says that this section has been added to the Photo Editor app on the Google Play store because the feature has been missing for some time.
Basic Training is one of the most popular Photo editing features in Google’s Photo Editor.
It’s available to all users of Android smartphones and tablets, but is available only in a “Basic” mode.
It offers a large range of basic editing features, such as taking a photo, adding a background image, changing a color, removing an element, changing exposure and more.
To use the Basic Training feature, you first need to download the app from the Google Store.
The Basic Training section of the app is accessible from the “Photos” section, and can be accessed by swipes left and right from the top of the photo gallery.
Here’s a list of the Basic training features that are available: Basic Photo editing, where you can quickly and easily edit your photos using the Photo editor on Android.
Basic Photo editing also lets you select different colors and add an image to your photo.
Basic photo editing lets you quickly and automatically edit your photo to bring out the best in the photo.
Basic Photo Editing, where the user can quickly select different color and add image to a photo.
The user can easily change a color of a photo or remove an image.
New Basic Photo Editing features: Image editing lets the user pick a different color of image, or remove it.
You can choose to add a background color to a single photo.