Update to Google Photos Adds Album Editing Features
Google today pushed out a modest update to the Google Photos app for Android devices and it brings with it several new functions. To start, Google Photos can now recognize animations created by the Google Camera app (think GIFs). Thanks to the update, users can now: log into Google Photos from Google Plus pages; reorder photos within individual albums; trim video clips to be included in movies; and enjoy the new timeline user interface for movie editing. The Google Plus compatibility is especially helpful to those who manage Google Plus pages. Google Photos for Android is free to download from the Play Store.
Latest Google Photos for Android Offers Non-Destructive Editing
Google is rolling out an update to Google Photos for Android devices that makes it possible to undo changes made to images. Photos version 1.7 includes fully reversible and non-destructive editing so users can save edits alongside a new copy of each photo.
Comments and Smart Suggestions Come to Google Photos
Google today said it is making Google Photos more social for both Android and iOS devices. The latest version of the app adds commenting and smart suggestions to shared albums.
Latest Google Photos App Improves Search
Google is rolling out an update to its Google Photos app for Android with a new search bar. The app places the search bar at the top, replacing the floating action button that previously adorned the lower corner of the app.
Google Photos Can Sort of Fix Your Shaky Videos
The latest version of Google Photos for Android devices includes a new video stabilization tool. Google's software goes beyond what the individual phone's own hardware and software do to improve videos.