Google Photos is undoubtedly the easiest way to store all of your images and videos on the cloud for free. The search giant allows users to store their photos across devices and gives unlimited free high-quality backup. With Google Photos, the restrictions on unlimited free photos is that all images are compressed to a 16-megapixel
Google Photos for iOS is getting two new features that were first showcased during Pixel 3 launch last month and Android version of the app got it last month. According to The Verge, Google Photos for iOS is getting support for Color Pop and depth slider option. The features were first pushed to Android smartphones
At its New York event early this week, Google launched a number of new hardware, including a ChromeOS detachable tablet and a pair of Pixel phones. Alongside these new hardware devices, the search giant also announced new software enhancements. Some of these software features will be rolling out in the coming weeks. One feature, named
It looks like Google is testing out a number of new features for its Google Photos app. These features include the previously announced Color Pop effect and manual bokeh effect. The company announced the Color Pop effect a couple of months back but a wider rollout never took place apart from the effect emerging as
Google is finally rolling out its Google Photos library API for the developers out there. As part of the program, interested Android developers can bake the Library feature in their app. This means that they can use the power and features of Photos in their app including basic functions such as uploading. This also includes
It seems Google is slowly (but steadily) updating all its web services and apps with new visual enhancements. The latest to get the new design treatment is Google Photos, the company s photo management app. Google has begun rolling out version 4.0 of Google Photos, which introduces the new Material Theme that was briefly demoed
Google is rolling out the ability to create Love Story-themed movies with the help of its Google Photos app. Creating movies with the help of Assistant inside Google Photos is not something new. Users have long been able to create movies and photo compilations on occasions such as Father s day or year-in-review as pointed
Google has just launched a new version of its Files Go app along with a number of new features. To recall, Files Go app is its smart storage manager that is aimed at its entry-level Android Go devices. The company initially launched the app back in December last year along with Google Go app. The
Google seems to be working on a number of new features for its Photos app on Android. These new features include adjustable bokeh in the portrait mode, the ability to downgrade online photos from original quality to high quality, suggestions for color pop, and captions in Photobooks. All these features were spotted in the code
Motorola has rolled out a new update for its Moto Camera app for all its Moto devices. The company has been packing the Moto Camera app in all its Moto-branded devices including the C, E, G, M, X, Z, Maxx, and Turbo lineups. According to xda developers, this new update has revamped the user interface
Google revamped its cloud service plans with the introduction of Google One early this month. The new Google One is seen as an attempt to simplify Google's cloud services and offerings across services. While the service is not expected to go live for several more months, the Google One app has gone live on the
Google has announced the launch of Google One, the new, and revamped paid expanded storage plans for its users. This is to make it easier for users to choose a paid plan if they are running of storage space for Gmail and other essential Google services such as Google Photos. The company explained in a
As the default gallery app on Google Pixel, Android One and many other near-stock Android UI devices, Google Photos gets a lot of attention. The app additionally serves as a cloud storage platform for photos, and can be set to automatically sync and upload any new photos taken on a smartphone to the cloud. As
Google has announced that it is rolling out "Google Lens" -- app designed to bringing up relevant information using visual analysis -- to all Android phones running "Google Photos". "Rolling out today, Android users can try 'Google Lens' to do things like create a contact from a business card or get more info about a
Google Lens, the visual search engine from the company, is now rolling out to all Google Photos users on Android. Google Lens is capable of recognizing images and scanning business cards, among other things. The availability of Google Lens for all Google Photos users on Android marks the first major expansion for the visual imaging
Google Photos has got a new feature right in time for Valentine's Day. The photo service app will now allow you to create movies based on the photos in your Google Photos library using machine learning. Starting today, Google Photos app and web version will show you a new 'Movie' option under the Assistant label.
Google has issued a fix for an error that put its image recognition software at the center of a heated controversy about racism in 2015. However, the fix is not really teaching the algorithm any lesson in the diversity of the human race. The image recognition algorithm, which is at the core of the Google
Photo sharing and storage service Google Photos is rolling out short video collages called "Smiles of 2017" that displays smiling pictures of the users accompanied by a song in the background. "With Google Photos, you can even make sure that every one of those happy moments is saved and backed up online. And now you
Google's feature to create photo books and get a physical printed set delivered at your doorstep has been made official today in the US. Google Photo Books was introduced on iOS and Android app earlier this month at Google I/O 2017.
Don t we all have those images on our phones that we want to keep, but we don t want anyone to see? You know, the ones you click one someone texts you Send N***s? Yes, those! And just in time, Google Photos has released a new update that is a perfect solution to this problem. Google's latest update for its Photos app will now let you archive photos from the main feed and hide them away, helping you de-clutter and privatize some of those personal photos. Called the Archive feature, it essentially lets you remove images from the main Photos tab without deleting them from your library.