Google’s online photo storage app can now search for photos more efficiently. Because the users can find photos by typing text in the search field.
Users can enter any keywords related to the photos. During this time, Google Photos recognizes objects, events, human faces, and pets that are categorized to facilitate searching.
Thanks to the optical character recognition filter, Google Photos can now also recognize text.
The tech was previously present in Google Lens to scan the text and bring up search results on Google Search related to the concerned text.
To order the photos, Google will still need location data from images.
Google Photos based text search is suitable for searching screenshot photos.
Such as, from articles, documents, or other objects that happen to have text inside them.
This feature has been scrolling at this time. Both Android and iOS users alike can use it on condition that they have updated Google Photo to the newest version. As reported by KompasTekno from 9to5Google, Monday (8/26/2019).
Just now, Google Photos also changed its looks. Google added night mode as a background for the app.
Google also launched Gallery Go which is a lite ver of Google Photos. Like few other “Go” appendix apps, Gallery Go also consumes less data than the regular app.