I recently observed there is a bit of quality lack in the image that is being exported using Snapseed post processing. I went through all the settings the new version had to offer and found this setting where by default Snapseed compresses the jpg image quality. This could be to save memory on your mobile. In my case I have more than enough memory and I always prefer a full size High definition image. Below are the instructions of how to enable Snapseed to enable full resolution while saving your image.
Change file size settings in Snapseed on iOS (iPhone)
How to save full size High resolution photos after editing:
1. Tap the three dots on the right top to access the Settings menu. Now tap Settings at the bottom.
2. In this screen you will notice two options. Image sizing, and Format and quality.
3. Tap on Image Sizing, and make sure Do not resize is selected with a tick mark. Tap the back arrow to come to the previous screen.
4. Tap Format and quality. Make sure JPG 100% is selected. Tap the back arrow to return.
Change file size settings in Snapseed on Android Mobiles
1. Launch the Snapseed app. Tap the three dots on the top right, and tap Settings.
2. Here you will see two options. Image sizing, and Format and quality.
3. Tap Image Sizing. Make sure, Do not resize is selected. As soon as you choose the option, the screen will close.
4. Tap Format and quality option. Tap JPG 100% to enable full size photos during export.
That’s about it! Happy editing.