Google Photos is one of the best album managers on Android. This has been loved by millions of peoples across the world just because of its advanced features and smooth functionality. Google has been continuously adding some new and attractive features to its platform. And again, the company is planning to add some more stuff to Google Photos.
Yesterday, Google Photos’ product lead David Lieb took advantage of some downtime this week to start a surprisingly open dialogue on Twitter. Yesterday, he asked users what they want to see next from Google Photos – new features, bug fixes, performance improvements, etc. From the conversation, one of the most notable changes that might reflect to the Google photos is the addition of a manual face tagging feature that will let users tag faces it doesn’t recognize.
According to Lieb, a few capabilities previously restricted to the web will finally make their way to mobile. You’ll soon be able to search for recently uploaded photos on mobile, and you’ll be able to edit timestamps on Android; as Android Police reports. Leib also mentioned that “the team” is working to let Android users delete photos while in an album.
As of now, there is no exact date has been revealed by the company to ship this feature globally, even, it’s unclear that these features will make out their way to Android or not. But still, it gets included in the conversation with the Google Photos’ product lead, so, there are finite chances that these features will be available in the future.
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