Google launches a lightweight alternative to Google Photos known as Gallery Go that helps users to organize photos on their device locally (offline). Like Google’s regular photo app, it also uses machine learning to organize the photos, but the only difference is that it works offline also and just takes 10MB space of your phone.
At the Google Nigeria Event, Google introduced the Gallery Go app for low-end devices. Google’s cloud-based image storage service has actually gotten a lot of AI-infused computer vision smarts over a previous couple of years, consisting of a feature that automatically rotates images to the appropriate orientation, arranges your finest snaps into albums, and even groups together your family pet pictures. With Gallery Go, Google is seeking to broaden the appeal of Google Photos to millions of more users.
Why you should install Gallery Go app?
- Your memories, automatically organized
- Simple-to-use editing tools
- Light and offline by design
Like Google Photos, here also you have the choice of creating folders to arrange your images, and the app works with SD cards too. You can likewise utilize the auto-enhance option to automatically fine-tune the brightness or contrast levels of an image, and choose from a variety of filters.
The purpose of the app is to help first-time smartphone users to find, edit and manage photos easily who don’t have access to high-speed internet or cloud backup as stated by Google photos product manager Ben Greenwood, in a blog post.
Gallery Go is now available in the Play Store for the devices running Android 8.1 (Oreo) or higher. While the app is available globally but features such as arranging images by users aren’t readily available in all countries. Gallery Go will come pre-installed as the gallery app on the Itel S15 and choose A55 devices starting next month.