Majority of users have Google photos as their primary app to store photos in their devices. Just because of its unique features Google photos becomes the first choice, it helps users in getting rid of pen drives and multiple CDs to store their precious memories. With infinite storage and out of the box options Google photos is all set to overrule your default photo gallery.
Unique and Life-Changing Things Which Google Photos Can Do for You
We all are well aware that Google photos has replaced the traditional method of storing images and now considered as the best photo sharing, photo hosting, and cloud storage app. Almost all of us make use of Google photos on a daily basis, but we are still unaware of some of the key features of Google photos. That’s why we have listed some features of Google photos especially for our readers as mentioned below.
Helps in Searching Places, People or Events
Whenever we upload images in Google photos, it will arrange all the images in a systematic manner and even sort them date wise. With the help of its inbuilt image recognition feature, Google photos can find almost all the places, events, and even different people easily.
Users only need to type their query in the search option located at the bottom right corner to get the whole list instantly. Whether it can be your favorite food, pet or any place you’ve visited during your recent holiday, you’ll find them all synchronized in different categories under Google photos.
Merge Same Faces to Provide Name Label
One of the key features of Google photos is to merge all images having similar faces. Even Google photos create certain photo libraries as well after merging them all. It helps users to provide names on “who is this?” tag available with every photo and then sort photos according to group names or even the name of that person. Users can even modify the group names later after selecting “options” menu and even can merge groups also which contains photos of the same person.
Modify Sync & Backup Settings
We all know that Google photos always backup all the images with a linked Google account only. However, users can change it accordingly after altering the backup & sync settings. After visiting the settings click on “active account” in case you want to change the account or even can set the quality of all uploaded images after tapping on “upload size”.
For those users who don’t want to compromise with quality can opt for “original” on the other hand “high quality” is suggested for users don’t care for it. Other options in settings include “backup photos over Wi-Fi only” and even “while charging only” for users away from internet and power source.
Can Backup Images from Different Apps
In order to backup photos captured through sources other than your default camera like different social media platforms, users have to alter some initial settings. First, they have to track the exact folders where all the images are stored. Then after simply click on the “settings” menu and then on “backup and sync option” and “choose folders to backup” which enables them to include or exclude the folders they want to backup or not.
Remove Photos After Uploading Them
The main motto of users behind storing images in Google photos is to clear the clutter from their internal storage. So Google photos do exactly the same and keep clearing the duplicate copies of images stored in your device and on cloud storage as well. Users will get instant alerts to free up space in case the storage gets full, even users can delete images manually after they open “settings” and then tap on “free up device storage” option.
After reading the certain features and initial settings of Google photos as mentioned above, we can analyze that Google photos can do much more and is quite handier than we think it is. So if you’re not familiar with these settings before, you can try them now to make your Google photos more convenient and useful for you.
Lori is the founder, author, & Sr. editor of Snaptube.vip. After graduating from the University of Houston, she indulged in full-time blogging and has been working as an Editor-in-chief for renowned publications – the Knoxville News Sentinel.