Friday, May 19, 2017

Google Photos now has 500 million Users ,Introduces Three new Features

Google has announced that 500 million people using Google Photos and also announced three new ways to share like Suggested Sharing, Shared Libraries, Photo Books
 500 million people using Google Photos'

Suggested Sharing

 you can finally share and receive all the photos that really matter to you, without the work. Using our machine learning technology, Google Photos will not only remind you to share—it will automatically select the right photos, and even suggest who you should send them to based on who was in the photos. Just tap send, and your friends and family will see all your photos, and get a reminder to add theirs too. Now all the photos of that birthday dinner or weekend trip are in one place, including—and especially—the photos you didn’t take.

Shared Libraries

With Shared Libraries, you can effortlessly and automatically send and receive photos with one other person. You can give them access to your full photo library or if you prefer, only photos of certain people or from a certain date forward. And when they share their library with you, you can automatically save the photos you want so they also show up in search and in the movies, collages and other fun creations Google Photos makes for you. Gone are the days of begging your partner for those special pictures only stored on their phone.Shared Libraries will also be rolling out on Android, iOS, and the web in the coming weeks.

Photo Books

There’s something special about a printed photo album that brings you back to a moment from the past; whether it’s the first dance on your wedding day or all the family road trips you took over the years. But printing albums is hard work—you have to hunt across different devices and accounts, select the best from among the hundreds of shots, upload to a printing service, and arrange dozens of pages.

Now what used to take hours in front of a computer takes just a few minutes with Google Photos. Photo books are incredibly easy to make—even on your phone. They’re beautiful, high quality, with a clean and modern design. And thanks to our powerful search technology, your photos are already organized by the people, places, or things that matter. Once you select the photos, Google Photos will find the best shots for you—removing duplicates and poor quality images. All that’s left for you to do is make a few tweaks and place your order.

Photo books are rolling out in the U.S. on the web, and on Android and iOS next week, starting at just $9.99 for a 20-page softcover book and $19.99 for a hardcover book. With these new features in Google Photos, it’s easier than ever to share and receive all the special moments in your life
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