Yes, only the desktop version. On another note, I kept a copy of the older not-google snapseed and may reinstall it. I'm not sure I even like the google mobile version. Also, wondering if the massive price reduction in the nik suite is a precursor to a dump. They are trimming a lot of stuff that is not in G+, or adding it in there, so soon, you wont be able to use it without also using G+Just to be clear, my understanding is that only the desktop version of Snapseed has been killed. The mobile versions for iOS and Android live on.
They have integrated some of the Snapseed stuff into something else... cant remember what. But, this is typical of large corporations, they buy something and kill it off because they think it competes in some way, or because it has something they don't. Amazon did it to Stanza (but the kindle app sucks by comparison), Apple has done it with whatever Siri was before Apple owned it, Microsoft has done it over and over again (hotmail springs to mind, as does skype) and Google has done it as well. Who remembers deja-news and feedburner?