Picture: Sam Rutherford/GizmodoGoogle revealed back in February it was adding new video-editing tools to its Photos app, however those updates appeared just on iOS gadgets. Now, according to Android Police, Google is presenting the same tools to Android users.The new modifying tools permit users to apply more granular edits to videos, like brightness, contrast, saturation and warmth. There are more than 30 controls in total now, including cutting, stabilizing, including filters, altering point of views. Even better news: The upgrade seems a server-side update, so every Android user should ultimately receive the upgrade, not just Pixel owners. If the update hasnt strike your phone immediately, you need to be able to browse the Google Photos app in the Google Play shop and upgrade it from there. The upgrade revealed up for us when we inspected on a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G, and a Pixel 3a XL.While these brand-new video-editing tools are totally free, a lot of the new photo-editing tools that come with the update are not. Only Google One customers will have access to the advanced features on Pixel phones like Portrait Blur, Portrait Light, and Dynamic suggestions. (And youll require Android 8.0 or later to access them.) Blur and Color Pop are still readily available to everyone.Those photo-editing tools have actually not made their method to iOS yet, even for the current version of iOS. (We confirmed on an iPhone 12.) G/O Media may get a commissionAdditionally, beginning June 1, any premium pictures and videos you publish to your Google Drive will count towards your storage. Those youve published prior to that cut-off will not count towards your limitation. Google One subscriptions start at $3 each month or $30 each year for 200GB, which isnt regrettable considering you only get 15GB free to start. And if you support your images to a regional, secondary drive, you will not need to upgrade unless you care about the editing tools behind the paywall.