New feature from Google Photos to take you down the memory lane !
Google adds new features for its android users to take you down the memory lane. This feature shows you two types of photos - “Tasty treats" and “Sand and sea”, says Android Police.
This feature shows you two types of photos - “Tasty treats” and “Sand and sea”, as stated in a report by Android Police. As the name itself says, Google’s software will work its magic through your photo collection and choose pictures that look like they match the said criteria and show them to you in a group of “stories” on your timeline. This feature to come to Google Photos is under its Memories feature.
Google’s software will roam through your photos collection and identify pictures that look like they match the above criteria using machine learning capabilities and show them to you in a group of stories to your timeline.
This feature is relied on various pieces of information from your images such as location-based data.
Same way, Google is uses machine learning technology to choose images of sweet food in your library - this seems more than likely because the report from Android Police also mentions that an image of Googles Android “dessert” statues (featuring Android Cupcake and Android Froyo) were also surfaced as part of the Memories section.However, as Google has not yet revealed any information about “Sand and sea” and “Tasty Treats” in the Memories feature. The company is adding features in order to convince users to keep on the service in coming july when free “unlimited” storage for all users will come to an end.
Here are some other popular features of Google Photos
AUTO BACKUP – Here all your photos and videos are safe, with automatic backup from your smartphone, tablet, computer, and more.
STORAGE - Enjoy unlimited and free storage at high quality - up to 16 megapixel photos and up to HD video.
AVAILABLE – Keep a lifetime’s worth of photos with you wherever you go and accessible from any device via apps for Android, iOS, and the Web.
OFFLINE AVAILABALITY - Your photos are available offline so you can reliably access them, even when cell service or internet connection is unpredictable.