The mini editor is set to be released with version 7.21 of the Google application, which according to 9to5Google is now in beta build. However, the app now still shows up as "Android Pay" on your phone, despite it appearing as "Google Pay" through the Google Play store on the web.
Stock Android and Pixel phone users are likely to benefit from this feature, as it makes editing screenshots a bit easier than the standard Android option. The sharing option will allow you to share it with other apps from within the Google app or from within a Chrome Custom Tab. As 9to5 Google reports, the company started testing this new built-in screenshot editor for its app back in April a year ago. It remains unknown when the final cut will be made public but the feature is ready to test drive for anyone wanting to do so.
To activate the feature, access the Google app Settings menu then scroll through the Accounts and Privacy section. The crop button lets you quickly crop the size of your screenshot, the done button lets you finish and share, and the draw button lets you...draw (in different colors). The new feature has been added to capture screenshots exclusively with the phone like as part of the Google app, but we could see it expanded in time. The panel will be on-screen and the screenshot will be loaded in the background. But if you do searches from within the Google App, then load up Chrome pages from there, it'll work (as you can see above).
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The edited work will be saved and users will then be prompted to share the image.
The new UI is apparently already buried in the latest version of the app. XDA has instructions on how to coax it out of hiding, but you'll need to mess around with XML file mods.