Google Photos Android app is a massive letdown for everyone who lives in developing countries where internet connectivity and lower space on a budget smartphone are still a problem. So, to deal with such an issue, Google launched a new stripped-down version of Google Photos known as Gallery Go.
Google Just Launched an Amazing New App For Android!
Many photo management apps are available for Android smartphones, but Google Photos stood out from the crowd. Besides basic photo management features, Google Photos also helps users free up some storage space because it automatically backs up the photos on its server.
Google Photos is massively popular on the Google Play Store and is now used by millions of users. However, if you have been using Google Photos for a while, you might know that the app depends intensely on internet connectivity. Since the app is mainly used for cloud storage and backup purpose, the app is nothing without proper internet connectivity.
So, the Google Photos Android app is a massive letdown for everyone living in developing countries where internet connectivity and lower space on a budget smartphone are still a problem. So, to deal with such an issue, the search giant, of course, Google launched a new stripped-down version of Google Photos known as Gallery Go.
As per the Google Play Store description, Gallery Go is an innovative, light, and fast photo and video gallery app built by Google to help users. With Gallery Go, users can find photos faster with automatic organization, which works offline.
The all-new Gallery Go app from Google needs less than 10MB of storage space to install on your smartphone, and it uses machine learning to bring about a comfortable experience for users. The app automatically organizes users’ photos and videos into categories like selfies, landscapes, foods, etc.
Some basic photo editing features were also included in Google Photos, much like Google Photos. Since it works offline, the app doesn’t care whether your photos & videos were backed up or not. It simply shows images that were stored on your Android smartphone.
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