Google releases an update to Google Photos. The update comes with new features and improvements. While Google improves the Memories feature, brings in new Styles, and adds a collage editor to the Photos app. There are also other features coming with that update. Here are the details about Google Photos.
New changes on Google Photos
Google launched the Memories feature on the Photos app three years ago. According to Google’s blog, the company has released the biggest update to Memories since its launch. The update includes many new features and improvements, including a new collage editor, redesigned Memories, a new Styles feature, and more.
Google releases the new update for its Photos app on Android and iOS. Thanks to a recent update, users can share their memories and choose them with the new collage editor. You can select multiple pictures, grab a design, and share your collages with other people. People can also view these memories directly from the application.
The tech company also brings Cinematic Memories that turn your pictures into a cinematic experience. Thanks to this feature, you can give your pictures a 3D and moving effect. Additionally, you can use the end-to-end cinematic experience even for your multiple still photos.
Google also releases additional editing tools for users’ collages, like Portrait Light and HDR, for Google One members and Pixel owners. They will also have access to 30 additional designs. The update is available on Android and iOS, but the sharing feature is only available on Android for the moment.
The tech giant will have an October 6th event. At the event, Google will launch its new devices, the Pixel 7 series, Pixel Watch, and Pixel Buds Pro. There could also be more announcements by Google at the event. What do you think about the new Google Photos update and the event?