And Google Photos is going through a series of updates this week. Once you have some elements of your design revamped to give you a new way to access the menu, the app will now organize Stories-like photos, giving you a similar option to what Facebook has on all social networks of the company, and the YouTube implemented a few months ago.
The new feature called "Memories" aims to organize the photos hosted in the app to make the search for an image easier and can group the contents in months or years. According to Google, this process is performed effectively because the machine learning developed by the company traces the images to know the period of each one and make the composition.
As with the other Stories we have access to, tapping on the right side of the screen you can move forward on the photos and on the left back. However, the main difference is that clicking on the three dots in the upper corner makes it possible to see all images related to the date of the balloon.
While sounding interesting, Google Photos will not make this option available for anyone to view, so only account owners will be able to view the organization of these photos and even facilitate posts that have to do with chronological or #tbt changes.
In addition, the app will now allow the photo print request to be made directly from the phone to a screen size ranging from 8×8 inches, 11×14 and 16×20, priced at $ 19.99, US $ 29.99 and $ 44.99, respectively.
Of course, this option is only available in the United States, where you can customize image color, collage organization, and frame. Estimated delivery is 7-10 days, where the upside of this month of update is that this process is free of charge.
But for those looking for a little more speed to perform this process in Uncle Sam's land, you can choose to perform this process within a Walmart or CVS pharmacy. However, orders limit photos to 4×6 inches, but delivery is immediate.
The new functions are already available in the app in versions for Android and iOS systems.