Google has started rolling out double-tap and pinch-to-zoom features for videos in its Photos app. The features are being rolled out to users as a server-side switch, so some of you may have to wait a while to get them.
Google Photos is one of the best free services on the internet, allowing you to backup all of your photos and videos for free. But you can still run into local storage issues if you're not deleting your photos from your phone after you back them up.
Alright! You’re logged into your new phone, Google Play is installing all your favorite apps and you’ve got your contacts and text messages synced over from your old phone. Time to really make your phone yours.
Google Photos introduced an interactive map view over the summer that gives users more of a visual representation of where they took photos. The map view is now able to use location data to display pathways that users took.
If you have a Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max, or another smart-screened Google Assistant device, then you are no doubt aware that you can use these screens to view your photos. We'll show you how to get it all set up.
Tagging faces makes it easy to quickly find photos of your friends without having to scroll through years of backups. Now that Google Photos supports manual tagging, it's easier than ever to index your best shots.
Since almost everyone these days has a smartphone with a good camera, we take a lot of pictures. It would take a ton of wall space to be able to display those photos traditionally, so why not pick up a smart digital photo frame to do that work for you?
Smartphones cameras just keep getting better, and you've probably taken a few photos over the years that you want to commit to memory forever. Luckily, Google makes it easy to order customized books through its Photos backup service.
If you're old like me, chances are you have hundreds of photos on Facebook, and only on Facebook, from as far back as the mid-2000s. We'll show you how to easily get those off of Facebook and into a service you actually use — Google Photos.
While Google Photos is one of the best photo backup solutions out there, we understand if you're looking to jump ship given the recent news about the service. We've rounded up the best alternatives for you to check out.