Google Photos will now make it easier to revisit the best memories form a trip or an event through its smarter photo albums feature. Google’s new feature will automatically organize photo albums curated with the best shots.
Google, in a blog post said, “Starting today, after an event or trip, Google Photos will suggest a new album for you, curated with just your best shots. It’ll also add maps to show how far you traveled and location pins to remember where you went—because it’s not always easy to recall the late-night diner you hit on your road trip, or which campsite you pitched the tent in when arriving after dark.”
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Users can also add text/captions to their Google Photo albums and share them with friends and family. The feature will also enable users to manually enter maps, locations, pins and text; and others to add their own pictures to the album.
“This new album experience is rolling out today on Android, iOS, and the web. We’re taking the best of stories and bringing them to albums, so your adventures are easier to browse, edit, collaborate on, and share,” Google said.