In May, Google introduced a brand-new version of its Photos service that we called the best in the world. From the ashes of Google+ had come a full-featured service for storing, organizing, rediscovering, and more easily sharing all the photos in your life. It stripped out the social features that had constrained its growth and built a service that adopted privacy as a design principle. It offered unlimited uploads at a relatively high resolution. And it used machine learning to understand the content of your photos, allowing you to search for them via keywords. Since its launch, it’s been a top 10 iOS app, and has been installed on Android devices more than 100 million times. And Google has added a rediscovery feature into the app, surfacing old photos on their anniversaries in the manner of Timehop. But today it’s getting its first major update, adding Chromecast support and the ability to add name labels to Google’s photo collections of your friends and loved ones. The company also announced that a feature for letting friends join and contribute to your albums, a la Apple’s shared photo streams, will arrive later this year. Pause Chromecast sharing to hide bae’s nudes Chromecast… Read full this story
- 'How does Google Photos work?': Everything you need to know about Google's photo storage app
- How to add music or other audio to a Google Slides presentation
- Google launches Android Q Beta 3
- How J Balvin and Bad Bunny Made Their Surprise Album, ‘Oasis’
- Google Cloud vs AWS vs ServerMania: How Do They Compare?
- Car-sharing apps’ popularity drives debate about taxes
- Photos: UAA students celebrate graduation
- Google announces Nest Hub Max smart display
- Facebook, Google and Twitter in data regulators' sights
- Courtney Stodden is unrecognizable in throwback photo
Google Photos is adding Chromecast support, name labels, and easier album sharing have 289 words, post on www.theverge.com at September 29, 2015. This is cached page on Business Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.