Google has developed an open-source tool called “GemShape” that lets you easily create geometric shapes in an image.
In a blog post on Tuesday, the company explained that the tool is designed to be “a useful tool for the developer to easily create shapes in images”.
The tool is also intended for developers to “tweak and tweak”, Google wrote, noting that users can “see how different shapes work together and how they interact with each other”.
The developer also noted that the app uses a “visual feedback system” to help users “know exactly what to do next”.
This allows users to “see if their actions work and can easily undo them”, Google said.
The developer did not provide any details about how to use the tool, but Google is offering it for free for developers who can afford it.
GemShape is a “tool that helps developers easily create beautiful geometric shapes that are easy to work with”, the company wrote.
Google has made a point in the past of promoting open source software, offering free, open source code for use in its Chrome browser.