Google Photos Getting Fresh Design: Here’s All New Changes 

Google a few couples of weeks ago, I updated “Google Photos”, including a redesign that brings up to date the Memories feature, tweaks the bottom bar, plus other multiple changes. Now, finally, the brand seems to have started rolling out its availability wider in the U.S. Google Photos offers the perfect moment with a perfect finish with exciting editing tools2 along with smart and attractive filters. 

The very first noticeable change the latest renovation of the Photos brings is moving the “Google Photos” wordmark to the left, whereas the Print store, Sharing, and your account avatar are placed at the right. On the bottom bar, the Library is placed next, and Search is the final tab. Also, the same reorganization is live on tablets, whereas the “Utilities” tab has been removed from the navigation rail. 

Jumping on the next significant change, now the Memories feed is appearing just like a scrapbook. Noticeably, this is not especially well optimized for tablets, as padding is just applied to the left and right, and it also uses A.I. for automatic curation and organization. The only aim of the brand is just to let users relive, customize, and share their best out-of-rest memorable moments easily and quickly without even any effort, and also share with their loved ones. 

Now, the users can create memories, which are false albums from an editing and sharing perspective, from a rather tiny floating action button (FAB), which only seems while the users scroll down. Whereas the generative A.I. helps in offering “customized title suggestions” for naming the particular most memorable moment’s bunch. “Help me title” pop-up a sheet that lets the users a “hint” to coach the generation. 

However, the tech giant already started rolling out this update in mid-August, but the renovation is only now available widely along with version number 6.54. If the users haven’t gotten the update yet, they can try using the “Force stop” option on Google Photos through the App info. Also, the brand did not make the update available on iOS till now. Firstly, the update goes live in the U.S. and then set for global availability in the upcoming months. 


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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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