Photo organizer is very crucial mainly if the count of the photos that stored is so large.
Most of the lazy users sort their photos one by one so that they are easier to find next time.
On the other hand, many smartphone users want to be spoiled by the Google Photos’ auto organizer features but are still limited by the internet connection.
As reported by the Engadget page.
Like the Google Photos, Gallery Go is able to arrange various images into different categories. As examples, from selfies to pets.
The difference is, Gallery Go doesn’t need the internet. The process of the photo arrange runs locally (offline) on the user devices by the use of machine learning tech.
The photo categories will be added to the mobile gallery. Gallery Go also supports microSD memory cards, so photos from the external storage media can also be adjusted automatically.
Besides to sort the photos, Gallery Go is also set up with editing features, auto tweaking, and few filters to change the images suit to the taste.
Google designed the Gallery Go as a lite app. It becomes part of the “Go” series of apps that have been launched in recent years for low-spec phones (Android Go). Among them is Youtube Go, Google Go, and Google Maps Go.
Besides to be the photo organizer, Gallery Go also stores a simple editing feature. It is including an auto-enhance feature for those who need instant messaging. All of this is packed by Google in the apps that have not more than 10 MB in size. With the hope that the users can max the storage capacity of their smartphones, to remember more moments.
The Gallery Go is now available for download through the Google Play Store, but the face grouping feature which basically will group selfie photos is still not available in all of the states.