Google Photos updated: Now users can watch a movie about their lives

New features in Google Photos. (Image: Google)

Starting today, users Google Photos arrive to New Jobs subordinate Application. The Google On the arrival of a number of new tools on its platform to store and organize photos and videos on Cloudincluding a collage maker and the ability to share “memories” with others.

As for the first novelty, it is worth noting that although Google Photos has had a powerful integrated photo editor for many years, the ability to Create collages with some photos.

on the other side, memories It can now be shared with other app users. And not only that, because the interface of these Memories has been redesigned for a better experience.

Memories will have useful music and effects

Google Photos is revamping Memories or Memories to show you more videos starting today, including The best quotes from the longest videos. Google Photos will automatically select and crop these videos to show the moments that matter most.

For still photos, Google Photos brings them to life by applying a very subtle zoom effect to add movement to memories.

But that’s not all, starting next month Google will start adding music to some of these memories, playing with a mix of kinetic and instrumental melodies that make these moments even more exciting.

New features in Google Photos.  (Image: Google)
New features in Google Photos. (Image: Google)

To make it better and bring memories to life, Google Photos is also launching a new app Cinematic Memories. These are new memories where you will see a series of cinematic images with 3D effects that transform still images into animated videos of this type.

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Google Photos also takes inspiration from old scrapbooks to display memories. In a new job called stylesyou’ll see how Memories can add graphic art to make photos stand out as if they were in a photo album.

For a limited time, you can take a look at the patterns created by star artists Chantelle Martin s Lisa Congdon.

New features in Google Photos.  (Image: Google)
New features in Google Photos. (Image: Google)

Users will be able to share all their memories

Users can only see their Google Photos memories, but full memories can now be shared.

Until now, it was only possible to share photos or videos that appeared stored, but you can now Share a whole collection of photos and videos.

New features in Google Photos.  (Image: Google)
New features in Google Photos. (Image: Google)

Google Photos introduces a new photo editor

Finally, Google Photos is also releasing a new photo collage editor that makes it easy to create different photos together to share. Now you can choose a the design (including featured artist styles) and Easily rearrange selected photos Simply drag them to the desired location.

You can also edit photos from the collage editor to adjust brightness or contrast, apply filters and more. Google One or Pixel users will have access to “premium” editing features such as portrait light also HDR In your collage, and more than 30 additional designs.

New features in Google Photos.  (Image: Google)
New features in Google Photos. (Image: Google)

How to change image quality in Google Photos to save space

in settings Picturessimply choose Save memory as image download quality.

Quality in Google Images.  (Photo: Secret)
Quality in Google Images. (Photo: Secret)

You can also compress any existing downloads, but keep in mind that the original quality will be lost, so you may want to make a backup copy first.

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You have to do this on the web by going to Once in, click on the option space claim The changes will be applied.

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