Google has released a new version of its Photos app for iOS users. The Google Photos for iOS 2.0 gives users the ability to edit Live Photos and turn them into shareable GIFs and video clips. Live Photo captures 1.5 seconds of video and audio both before and after you press the shutter button to take a photo. In addition to a still JPEG image, you also get a three second Live Photo. Live Photos is an interesting feature that is available in Apple’s iPhone 6s/6s Plus and iPhone SE models camera setting that brings your photos to life by creating a moving image. Also Read - Google, Facebook make vaccination mandatory for employees returning to officeAlso Read - Fake Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Lite APK links going viral on the internet: How to spot them
The Motion Stills app improves your Live Photos by helping you to do things like crop out the blurry frames, freeze the background, create cinematic pans, stabilize the images. In addition, the upgraded app also lets you share video clips on YouTube. In addition, 2.0 also lets you share video clips on YouTube. For more grainy or small edits in particular, you ll still need to download Motion Still, but all this represents a welcome update to what s already a highly competitive photo service on iOS.”Google first introduced the ability to edit Live Photos earlier this year with the Motion Stills app,” technology website Techcrunch.com reported.
Earlier this year, Google introduced a new feature to its Google Photos app, both on iOS and Android platform. The feature allowed users to easily free up space in their smartphone taken by pictures. It also enables uploading clicked images directly on Google Photos instead. Although, this function had already existed with auto-back on Google Photos, however, the new Free up Space feature even deleted the existing pictures from the smartphone, putting up all directly on the service. ALSO READ: This new Google Photos advertisement takes a dig at iPhones with 16GB storage
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