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  1. Google Photos for Android getting advanced video editor with cropping, filters, and more Last August, Google introduced a new video editing experience in Photos for iOS. Google Photos on Android will soon see that revamped video editor with more advanced tools and granular customization. Editing inside Google Photos for Android was previously limited to trimming, stabilizing, rotating, muting sound, and exporting still frames. The bulk of those actions now make up the “Video” tab in a UI that’s identical to the image editor. Next is “Crop” to ma
  2. Google just fixed one of the worst things about the Google Photos app Hopefully Google will continue to add new features to further improve the video experience in the app. What you need to know The video playback experience in Google Photos is finally getting a much-needed upgrade. The ability to zoom and pan in videos is starting to roll out to users. It could take a while before the two new features become widely available. Source: Hayato Huseman / Android Central Google Photos is currently the best photo backup solution available
  3. Google Photos Videos Were Shared With Strangers Google's Takeout service was designed to let people download their data, but accidentally sent videos from Google Photos accounts to strangers. Google has confirmed videos saved in your Google Photos account could have been sent to a stranger because of a "technical issue." As reported by 9to5Google, the issue was rooted in Google's Takeout service which is designed to let people download their data. However, from Nov. 21 to Nov. 25 last year those backups could have had videos that "incorrectly exported
  4. Update 1 (11/06/2020 @ 07:18 ET): Google has issued a statement clarifying the rollout of a Google One paywall for the use of the color pop feature in the Google Photos app. Throughout the year, we’ve seen evidence Google might introduce premium editing features to Google Photos that would be locked behind a paywall. At first, we thought that Google would introduce new editing features that required a Google One membership, but now it looks like the company is already testing locking existing features behind a paywall. Shortly after we published our teardo
  5. Google launches Gallery Go by Google Photos for Android Gallery Go by Google Photos is a new Android application by Google designed as an alternative to Google Photos. The application has been launched worldwide by Google but it is feature-restricted in some regions. Designed to be lightweight, Gallery Go by Google Photos follows other "Go" applications such as YouTube Go, Google Search Go or Google Maps Go which Google launched in recent years. The applications are designed for new mobile users and markets favoring lower-end devices, and are part of
  6. Major Google Photos redesign rolling out on Android, gets rid of the hamburger menu Google Photos is receiving a major redesign that does away with the hamburger menu and one that brings with it some nifty UI improvements. While the app has been picking up new features and capabilities in the recent past, this redesign is one of the more major updates the app has received in a while. The first noteworthy change is that the app has now done away with the hamburger menu and the search bar that sat atop the albums and content. The elimination of the side menu l
  7. Google Photos will no longer backup your chat media from WhatsApp, Facebook, and others Google has announced that it will no longer backup media from chat apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter to Google Photos. The company was testing this change earlier this month and has now rolled it out to all Google Photos users. The company is only changing the default settings in Google Photos to ensure that it does not backup media content from messaging apps. The move is a temporary one by Google and it notes in its announcement t
  8. Google Photos markup feature begins rolling out to all users Google Photos has recently been receiving updates that aim at improving user experience and bringing in nifty features. One such feature that was spotted by a few users was the ability to markup images on Google Photos. As the name suggests, the feature provides users with simple tools to draw on images. However, not many devices saw this update, and there was no way to force install it. Now, a small post on the Google Photos Support forum suggests that the feature is rolling out to all Android users.
  9. Google Photos for Android is rolling out a redesign of the overflow menu for viewing image details and taking further actions. Instead of requiring users to tap on the three-dot overflow menu in the top right corner for actions, image info and actions are brought directly into focus under the image. In this material-friendly redesign, a new carousel is present under the image with actions which include add to album, move to archive, download, use as, slideshow and print. A descriptive theme icon with a sizable touch target accompanies each action. The EXIF
  10. kowalski215

    OneDrive or Google Photos?

    Hi everyone. It's actually high time to free up my hard drive space and upload my 160+ GB of pictures and videos somewhere (but still, I do NOT know where, and that's why I'm posting here). I've started uploading a few albums on Google Photos (and actually, most of my pictures are shot on my Xiaomi Mi A1, so they don't exceed 16MP and videos are saved in 1080p). However, I do not know why, Google Photos give me some sense of uncertainty for the future. I've seen that Google has killed some services in the past (like Picasa) and I'm worried about "where all my pics will go then"?
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