The web giant, Google care of users moments to life. So, now Google brings “Google Photos” which let Android, iOS and web users to store their memories through photos and videos, unlimited and free of cost. Google Photos provide one home for all your photos and videos from all of your devices. It keeps all your images safe and gives you an ease to navigate to your old photos in your huge collections. All photos in your Google Photos account are organized by the people, places, and things that enables you to find any particular picture by identifying even a random stuff in picture.
Here, these are Google’s words in a blog post talking about the necessity of Google Photos : “Every second of every day, people around the world are capturing their memories through photos and videos. Humankind has already taken trillions of photos and will take another trillion this year alone.
But the more moments we capture, the more challenging it becomes to relive those memories. Photos and videos become littered across mobile devices, old computers, hard drives and online services (which are constantly running out of space). It’s almost impossible to find that one photo right at the moment you need it, and sharing a bunch of photos at once is frustrating, often requiring special apps and logins.
We wanted to do better. So today we’re introducing Google Photos—a new, standalone product that gives you a home for all your photos and videos, helps you organize and bring your moments to life, and lets you share and save what matters”.
So here, checkout below, we have outlined some super handy features in Google Photos which make this app amazing over all other similar apps.
- This is Free with Unlimited Storage : Google Photos offers unlimited free storage of photos and videos. The only limits are that photos must be under 16 megapixel, and video resolution is capped at 1080P. It cost 0$ whereas iCloud costs $240, Dropbox $100, Microsoft OneDrive $84, all approx per year per terabyte.
- Can Identify Random Stuff in Image : Google Photos automatically organizes your images by the people, places, and things that matter. App itself do private auto-grouping of your photos by identifying random stuff in photos. You don’t have to tag or label any of them, and you don’t need to laboriously create albums or groups. When you want to find a particular shot, with a simple search you can instantly find any photo—whether it’s your dog, your daughter’s birthday party.
- Single Home for all of Your Photos : You take shots from any of your devices mostly from your smartphones. No matter, all your photos might end up storing at a single place. So, this becomes easy to manage and save a lot of your time.
- Automatically Free-up Device Space : You can take shots and record videos from your device as much as you want without having fear of going out of space. Google Photos automatically stores all your photos and videos and free-up space on device.
- Easily Share And Save : With Google Photos, you have the choice to share your photos and videos however you want across any service you choose, from Hangouts to Twitter to WhatsApp. You can now take any set of photos and videos, or any album, and simply create a link to share hundreds of photos at once. The recipient can see what you shared without a special app or login, then immediately save the high-quality images to their own library with a single tap.
- You Can Export all Your Data in a click : Google Photos is compatible with Google Takeout, the service Google built to get your stuff off of Google. If you have a couple hundred gigs of pictures on Google Photos and want it back on your personal hard drive, you can export them all very easily.
- Smart Enough : TechCrunch says Google Photos is smart enough to identify where you took a picture, without geotagging data. Say you have a photo from Paris, backed up from an older camera from 2003. It’s timestamped, but not geotagged with a location.. but the Eiffel Tower is in the photo.
Google Photos will tag the photo as being in Paris because of the Eiffel Tower, and it’s smart enough to know that any photos time stamped within an hour or so are probably in Paris, too.
Watch this video Introducing Google Photos :
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Via : Google Blog