Cloud Photos Comes With Google Photos In Android Via Update

As you know, Google Photo is a secure photo storage and sharing app that comes with both Android and iOS phones, as well as Windows and Mac. Some new features have been added to Google Photos, which include Cloud Photos. Now, users can keep their images and videos in a safe place without any hassle. 

Now, many new features may also be included in it. Some time ago, these features were available only for iOS, but now they are also available for Android. This feature keeps photos deleted from an Android phone from Google Photos and lets you configure backup and sync settings. 

You can also keep photos from your media liberty as backup, which can also be called “cloud photos” and will be merged into the photo picker. This feature will be available for Android 13 and Android 14 devices, and those who have not updated their Android 12 to 13 should do so as soon as this feature is launched in February. 

On the other hand, iCloud Photos also works similarly, but it is only available for iOS devices. After the merger of these two, you will also get this facility in Android, and it may become easier to transact between iOS and Android. 

But it has just been made available with Google Photos. These APIs are open to any cloud media app that qualifies for Google’s pilot program. This feature automatically auto-selects the cloud media app for the Android photo picker. But you can change or remove them anytime from the photo picker settings. 

This feature lets you easily choose your favorite images and make another library in the cloud. It is secured and protects your privacy. It comes with benefits like easy access and convenience and promises efficient organization and collaboration with cost-effective solutions. 

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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