Google Photo is redesigning its function “Memories“, So as to allow users to better view their favorite shots, thanks to the addition of new features. Some creative updates are also coming in the form of a new one collage editor and the integration of the “Styles” function. In fact, in the future, these will allow you to better curate your favorite images. But that is not all. Let’s go and see what other news await us.
Google Photos: “Memories” (finally) gets an update
Google Photos optimizes the “Memories” feature by rendering i video protagonists of the user experience. Now, in fact, the tool is able to automatically select and reduce the longest movies to focus on their most important moments. But this is not the only news that we will see in the coming days. A little one is also on the way update for interactions. Green light to the ability to scroll up or down to move between Memories, in addition to the traditional left / right touch navigation. Starting today, multiple still images can be combined into a “Full cinematic memory“, Which combines the dynamic 3D zoom of cinematic photos with instrumental music that will be reproduced in your shots.
What’s more, a new collage editor for Android and iOS users, which allows you to edit and drag photos into a layout of your choice, to share with friends. Finally, Google One members and Pixel users can say they are luckier, as they will receive some additional editing features such as Portrait Light e HDR. From what we know, a new “Styles” option will also be launched in the future which, according to Google, will automatically apply graphics to users’ memories “to make them stand out“. In the meantime, here’s another really interesting news. Friends and family they can now access memories shared from Google Photos on any device. A feature available to Android users from today, with iOS and web support “on the way”.