The app also brings Google's first-class AI chops to bear, helpfully tagging and sorting your photos so that you don't need to do the extra work, as well as providing easy searchability that makes the app a Gmail-like service, but for Photos.
The company is rolling out a way to directly message photos and chat with another user or users within the Google Photos app.More news: Slovakia remembered the World AIDS Day
Google Photos users will be able to share any number of media - well, up to 20,000 pieces per conversation - in the quality that was backed up to their account with certain people or groups in the app's share panel.
Right now, sharing individual pictures from your Google Photos account is a hassle because each picture has to be its own album. You can comment, like, save, and continue adding photos to these conversations over time, giving you an ongoing chat with family and friends about your visual life. It is limiting to some extent, sure.More news: Mike McCarthy named as possible replacement for Ron Rivera with the Panthers
Google Cloud Platform offers hundreds of cloud-based features and tools, but before you can access a single one, you have to create a project. Well, we know the history there with Google and messaging services, but I can't say I hate this. Instead, the feature wants to relocate some of the photo-sharing activity that takes place in messaging apps to Google Photos.
Explains Google, the idea with the new direct sharing option is not to replace users' preferred messaging apps - a strategy that differs from Google's investments in apps like Hangouts and Allo in previous years. People all over the globe can expect to have it over the following week. The addition will allow users to quickly and easily share those one-off photos or videos with another person, instead of taking additional steps to build a shared album. Also, the feature will be available within Google Photos on multiple platforms: iOS, Android and web.More news: Congress has to move on new NAFTA, Trump says before Trudeau meeting
The feature itself is simple to use.