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.
Google announced multiple updates and launched new services at its I/O 2017. Google Photos now comes with a host of changes and there are three major updates Google announced. The new updates will be applicable to Android, web as well as iOS users and will slowly roll out in the coming weeks. Google already offers free, unlimited cloud storage to Google Photos users.
Google Photos is one of the more interesting apps available on Android and iOS devices. It s a multi-purpose app that serves as a gallery, lets you organize your photos and videos, and also lets you edit them. Now, the Android version of the app has been updated with interesting features, such as new photo editing tools, electronic stabilization for videos, and more.
The biggest issue most users have had with Apple iPhones is their restrictive nature when it comes to storage expansion options. If you have ever used an 8GB or 16GB iPhone, you d know what we mean. The sheer sense of exasperation you feel when your iPhone pops a Storage is Full notification on your screen, right when you are in the middle of a perfect video or a shot. Quite tactfully, Google s latest commercial for Google Photos targets the exact painful spot.
Earlier today, Google announced on its blog post that it will stop supporting its photo storage service Picasa in March. To begin with, Google will discontinue the Picasa desktop app on March 15, followed by Picasa web albums in May 1, after which photos and albums will no longer be editable.
Google has updated its Photos app which brings shared photo albums, bug-fixes and more. As the name suggests, the feature allows users to share photos with other users via a link. The recipients can then open the link directly on their photos app or in the web browser. They can then open the link and click on join the album.
Google launched its standalone Photos app at its I/O 2015 event, which includes social-media friendly features, improved search functionality and new editing tools. Google also added unlimited storage for save photos and videos on cloud. Now, the latest Android update that is being rolled out today, adds some handy features to reclaim storage space on your smartphone.
Earlier this year in May, Google launched the revamped Photos app along with unlimited cloud storage to backup photos and videos. The Photos received mostly positive reviews for its photos management and editing features. The app, however, missed support for editing videos. Google is now finally addressing this as it has acquired Fly Labs, the maker of popular video editing apps for iOS.
Google's photo storage app Google Photos has released a new feature that allows the users to resurface photos and videos from the current calendar date in previous years.
Google has announced that it will begin shutting down its Google+ Photos app on August 1. According to the Techcrunch.com, Google+ Photos will begin shutting down first on Android and then on the web and iOS.
Unlimited cloud storage is a great feature that came with the new Google Photos app. But what is surprising is that Google does not stop backing up your media content on its cloud service even after uninstalling the app. David Arnott, the editor at the Nashville Business Journal, recently found out that Google continues to back up photos in its cloud storage even after you uninstall Google Photos.
Google recently rolled out its revamped standalone photos app at I/O, featuring unlimited storage and amped up search. The search got updated to recognize events, places and not to forget the image recognition software. However in a major goof up, the Google Photos app mistakenly processed a selfie of two black American friends and labeled them as Gorillas.
Google has uveiled the Photos app at I/O 2015. This marks the separation of Google + from Photos, and Director of Photos Anil Sabharwal announces that it comes bundled with social media-friendly features, new editing tools and an improved search functionality. The new app will be available on Android, iOS and web from today.
We reported a few days ago that Google is separating Photos from Google +. Now we have some screenshots of the new Photo app that the tech giant is set to unveil at its I/O conference on May 28. The new leak gives us the first look of the app, its interface and its new features like 'Assistant'.
After separating Google+ photos in a separate section on Google Drive, the company has decided to completely pull out Google Photos, and make it available as an independent service.
Google+ users will now be able to see and manage photos uploaded to the social media website via Google Drive using a new Google Photos tab. They will be stored in folders alongside other kinds of files.
For a photographer in India nothing could be more biblical than an interaction with legendary photographers like Raghu Rai and Prashant Panjiar. The Delhi Photo Festival offers this opportunity to many budding shutterbugs, but the stark reality is that not everyone can reach the capital city. Google is doing its bit and will conduct Google Hangout sessions so that budding photographers in the country can interact with the likes of Prashant Panjiar and it will also showcase some off the best pictures on the official Google+ Delhi Photo Festival page. It wants Google+ Photos to be the go to online product that people use in India for showcasing, editing and sharing photos, if not the world over.