Google Photos has to be one of our more loved Google features, with unlimited free (albeit compressed) online storage, and those auto-awesome moments that Google creates and shares with you. Those delightful auto-awesomes are getting more common with Google talking about some recently added ones.
Google will now start matching up photos you take now with older memories you’ve compiled across the years. As well, Google Photos will compare your recent photos and suggest an album of the most recent shots, something like if you enjoy taking photos of your kids, you can expect to see a recent compilation of shots of your kid over the last month.
Auto-awesomes from videos will now show up in the form of short GIFs created from snippets of video you upload. Google Photos will generate them from moments of activity in the video which should, in theory get the right moment, like when someone jumps or does something exciting in a short – or longer clip.
Google has finally admitted to the Auto-Rotate suggestions that we talked about late last month. If you take a pic which would look better rotated around, Google will automatically suggest this to you in the Google Assistant.
We’ve yet to see some of these new features here at Ausdroid, but we love Google Photos so can’t wait to see what else Google can come up with. The features are apparently live, so there’s no updates you need to do to get them on the web or on your devices.