Google Photos has proven to be a great way to keep your images organized and backed up, but there is always room for improvement. The Search Giant has just introduced a significant upgrade to its Photos app. There’s a few upgrades in tow, so let’s give you all the juicy details. This update takes Google Photos to version 1.3 and includes the following alterations.
- Google Photos can recognize collages/animations that Google Camera create
- You are now able to login to Google Photos as a Plus Page
- You can reorder content in albums
- You can now trim videos to be included in movies
- You can see a new timeline user interface for Movie editing
Likely the biggest feature for regular users is the ability to reorder content within a folder, as well as trimming videos. Those who run Google+ pages (businesses, organizations, clubs, etc.) will also love the idea of being able to keep your photos in a separate account.
This is a pretty good update, as well as a significant one. It’s not every day we get to see large improvements come to Google apps, so enjoy this one. Remember apps don’t roll out all at once, so you may not see the update live just yet. Don’t worry, though, it will come in due time. Just keep it tuned to the Google Play Store.