Google is introducing a new machine learning-based mobile app that allows users to organize their device photos without Internet access.
The new app, Gallery Go, is the lightweight version of the existing app Google Photos. Most of the smart features available in Google Photos are being offered by the light app under offline mode.
In recent years, Google has introduced a bunch of AI-integrated features in the cloud-based photo storage app. The Android creator has added auto-rotation of images, organization of best snaps into albums, and several other features. Now, with the launch of Google Go, Google is trying to boost the demand for Google Photos throughout the world.
The Internet giant has launched the lightweight photo-viewing app at Nigeria event, particularly for low-end devices. The devices running on Android 8.1 or higher are supporting Google Go app.
Google has not only launched a lightweight version of Google Photos but has also brought light versions of YouTube and Google Maps in the last few years.
On a similar subject, Google had been continuously working for the last few years on developing its Bluetooth Fast Pair features. Last week, the company disclosed that an update for better managing compatible Bluetooth devices in on the way.
The company stated that in the biggest update to be rolling out later this year, deeper support for wireless headphones would also be included. After the update, fast pair featuring headphones would be able to display the battery life information for each earbud and the case. Moreover, the information would automatically pop up when the case of the earbuds opens or closes.
Fast Pair headphones are currently not appearing in Google’s Find My Device app. Google is looking to add these headphones in the devices list soon, which will help users to track down our headphones in the future, along with a feature to ring or unpair the missing headphones.