Mobile Noise: Free Snapseed for Android 4.0+ (also: Triggertrap, iPad Mini, Photo Apps, etc)
New developments have triggered a new edition of the Mobile Noise! And they are of the FREE variety! As you may recall recalling, one of the high profile mobile photography developments of the year was "The Google" purchasing the Nik Software, which developed (among many other things) the popular iTunes app Snapseed. Because Google believes that the only way to make money is by putting Adsense ads on everything, including your forehead, they made Snapseed on iTunes free.
Fast forward to today, and now the world of Android can get their hands on the popular Snapseed app for FREE, at the official Google Play store. Size of the app is 24MB if you have a phone with limited available storage space. As usual with initial launches, there might be some hickups. NOTE: This requires Android 4.0 or later. It won't install on earlier versions of Android and it will be hidden from you if you search for it using the Play Store app on your incompatible mobile device.
But The Google has not gone completely free-software-love on Snapseed yet, the MacStore version for Macs/iMacs goes for $20.
In other Mobile Photography action
+ Triggertrap review at Imaging Resource
+ hands-on with Android 4.2 Photo Sphere at Connect
+ best iPhone and iPad photography apps according to iPhotozine
+ round-up of night time mobile photography iOS apps at iConnect
+ round-up of hipsterize (lo-fi) at Connect
+ iPad Mini (Wifi) reviewed from a photographer's perspective at The iPhoblographer
+ the iPad is my laptop says Syl Arena at iPixsylated
+ Pinterest Business pages might be of interest to photographers at Rosh Sillars
+ Hipstermatic magazine goes mobile via Connect
+ mentioned yesterday the DxoMark review burst featuring multiple iPhones and Galaxies
+ to make it easier for you to quickly scan for Apple-priority articles above, we added an "i" to the websites's names's