Google Photos App Released For Android, iOS and Web
We have some great news for smartphone users all over, Google has released its new Google Photos for Android, iOS and web.
On the web, you can visit photos.google.com or download the app directly on your smartphone powered by Android or iOS. Google Photos offers unlimited storage of photos taken with a 16MP camera, while videos can be stored as well in a resolution up to 1080p.
By using machine learning and face detection, Google Photos organizes your images in way that you can search for them without even a keyword. On top of that, the app will create a back-up as soon as the picture is taken.
Google has also introduced some useful sharing tools that will allow users to share images with friends and family with just a few clicks.
The app is free to download and for Android users, it requires version 4.0 or higher. It’s not too hefty in size, so shouldn’t take long to download.
You can see a part of the product description below:
BRING PHOTOS TO LIFE: Automatically create montage movies, interactive stories, collages, animations, and more.
EDITING: Transform photos with the tap of a finger. Use simple, yet powerful, photo and video editing tools to apply filters, adjust colors, and more.
SHARING: Share hundreds of photos instantly with shareable links and use whichever apps you’d like to share.
Have you given the new app a try? Let us know what you think of it.
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