Somewhere it looks like Google is stepping forward to compete with Apple Photos and is adding some unheard and useful feature for all its users. It's the flawless feature for pet lovers who like to show off pictures of their furry friends.
Users can now quickly find images of their dogs and cats (or any other pets) as they will be grouped together. Then the app will spot snaps of the same dog or cat, say, each time they are photographed so they can be put in their own folder.
Way back in 2015, Google photos came out with the feature of identifying a specific person out of your photo library. Nonetheless, it's a welcome addition - it beats having to scroll through page after page of unrelated images just to find that one omgsocute snapshot you want to share with your friends.
The new feature is being rolled out to most countries today and works simply be uploading the photos.
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"This makes it even easier to create albums, movies, or even a photo book of your pet", said Google in a blog post filled with pet puns. What do you think of Google's new technology for pet identification? However, it will get confused if you have two different animals of the same breed. This can be done by breed or even emoji.
Google Photos uses smart facial recognition to spot your pet which you can then label, just like you can now do with people pics. Some of them are impressed with the results as well. Thanks to Google Photos app developers, there is now a brilliant solution to this issue. The update is live for iOS users.
If you use Google Photos and have pets, you should see the new grouping appearing already.