Google Photos Switching To Native Share Sheet On Android 14

Google is close to releasing the stable version of Android 14 OS, and undoubtedly, it will bring a lot of new features and improvements that lead to better performance and functionality, which enhance users’ seamless and flawless experience. Jumping on Android’s share sheet has long been a hot topic among Android 14 enthusiasts. According to reports, Google Photos will soon add support for Android 14’s native share sheet. 

Previously, some of the users, while using Chrome Beta version 113 on Android 14, have noticed that the custom share sheet does not display anymore. The browser pulls up the regular system share sheet, but it appears at the top with its application actions. It indicates that the users still have access to Chrome’s well-known additional options: Copy, Copy link, Send to your device, QR code, and more. 

Turning the focus on Android 14, one of the most noticeable changes that is arriving with the Android 14 OS is a new system share sheet, where the app creators have the power to embed their shortcuts. The very first Google application to get support for this latest feature was Google Chrome, and now, fortunately, Google Photos is the next one. 

The recent information indicates that the Android 14 share sheet will move the current application bottom sheet, and it will count as a preview of the images or even video alongside the video icon with four different shortcuts from Google Photos mentioned below; 

  • Create Link 
  • Send in Photos (within the Google Photos Conversations)
  • Add to Album
  • Create Album

Moreover, a button named “Modify” placed on the top right permits the users to select additional images. However, it is unclear when Google will roll out this latest feature with four shortcuts to all users. 

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Aakash Gour

Aakash is the main editor of RM Update and coordinator of the news area. If it is important and urgent, Aakash has written about it. He is an expert in the Android and Google ecosystem. He has been writing about mobile phones and technology in RM Update since 2019, a time in which he has been debugging his analyses and especially product photography.

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