Google Launched Gallery Go
Google has yet introduced another new application called Gallery Go. the app is meant for sorting photos and be able to edit them under a poor internet connection. Like Google Photos, this app will use a machine learning for sorting the files. Users will still be able to use his app to edit and even use filters.
Gallery Go is planned to be use offline only, with 10MB of memory storage in the phone space. From Google’s official blog, the product manager of Google Photos, Ben Greenwood, has introduced this app that is similar to Google Photos for the first time on Google for Nigeria. Users won’t need to manually rename their photos and all filters will still be usable even when they go offline. This application can still work even when it’s being put in SD Card memory.
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Google Launched Photo Quick Fix
Gallery Go can make you experiencing great photos just by some touch by try using the automatic advancement in the feature for a quick fix. The editing features are also easy to use, so even someone who has a techno gap can easily understand how to use it. Gallery Go is available on Play Store and compatible only for those who use Android OS 8.1(Oreo) and above. Despite being globally open, some features may not be accessible on some countries yet.