Google Photos now boasts over 500 million users across Android and iOS, and it is stepping up its game in an effort to become your primary photo backup and sharing service.
Thanks to the new Suggested Sharing feature it is now incredibly easy to share those great photos with your friends and family.
All in all, these improvements in image recognition will not only make users' lives a little more convenient but also serve as a powerful foundation for further technologies to do with machine learning, AI and search, all of which will yield improvements over time across the entirety of Google's lineup.
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Helps you identify the best photos to share and even recommends the people you might want to share them with. Google Photos' AI is at play here as well, picking only the best images to put into the album.
When you send it to the recipient, they can then choose the images they want and Photos can detect photos in their library from the same event, and then offers them the chance to share them back.
With Shared Libraries, you can effortlessly and automatically send and receive photos with one other person. Photos Books start at $9.99. Now, Google is improving some of the service's biggest features, including sharing and more. It'll be available on Android and iOS devices, as well as through Google Photo's browser build. And given its ever-expanding feature set, that number is only set to grow.
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Google has launched three "new ways to share" in its Photos service, the company announced at its annual developer conference. So once someone else has assigned you as a "partner" in the sharing process, you will have access to new images taken by the other person, as soon as they have taken the images.
Pichai showed off use cases such as recognizing a restaurant and giving you information on it in augmented reality, as well as a taking a photo of a complicated WiFi password and automatically signing you into the network. Creating them is as simple as selecting an album or a bunch of images in Google Photos.
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The other feature, called Shared Libraries, takes that one step further.