Cloud services are very useful for those who need additional space to store their files. Photographs are the most frequent and in fact they are the ones that occupy the most as well as those that require the most attention in some cases. And when it comes to the needs, it all depends on what the user needs when it comes to editing, which will no longer be a problem with the new editing tool that OneDrive offers.
Edit your photos directly from OneDrive
Having a tool with which you can edit photos is already something everyone has on their cell phone. The applications with which you manage the whole gallery on your phone have a function prepared for this purpose and are very easy to use. However, switching between platforms and especially device to device is a tedious process when you only want to fix the simplest things like a touch of lighting or color.
For these types of enhancements, you won’t even need to move it from where it is if it’s the Microsoft cloud. And is that the Redmonds have applied new photo editing tools to their cloud so that you don’t make more movements than necessary. Until now, it had an office file editing function with the integration of the Office Online suite.
But back to what concerns us and it is this new tool that we are talking about. In the corporate blog They shared this information where they predict the changes OneDrive will receive soon. In the case of the photo editor, it is a very simple tool. Don’t expect anything professional, just enough to touch up image size, brightness, color, exposure, or shadows. All of this in seconds and you’ll have it ready to send it to whoever you want with the expected result.
First on Android, then on the web version
It’s interesting the movement of Redmond when it comes to applying this new feature of the image editor in OneDrive. And the company will launch this feature in the cloud version for smartphones first, while the web version will arrive later. This way, the tool will be more useful where more users are editing photos in an easy way: on their cell phones.
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