The newest update to the Google Photos app includes a small feature that will make identifying the people in your photos a whole lot easier.
Amazon's latest Prime perk lets the whole family pool their photos into a single, shared online storage space. And if you buy more stuff along the way, Amazon won't mind.
You may start seeing more frequent memories to help you capture all those small moments of a young child growing up.
Sending photos is much easier if you and the recipient are using Google's all-in-one image service.
Microsoft's OneDrive vs. Google Photos and iCloud: Price is one thing, but face recognition, search, caching, and albums are all key features for photo management.
The poor cropping interface was a sore spot in Google's otherwise great app.
A developer has uncovered how Photos will employ facial and object recognition to generate Moments and yield search results in iOS 10 and macOS Sierra.
Mac OS X, OS X, MacOS—whatever it's called, it's about to get a slew of new features, like Siri, overhauled Photos, and more tools for developers.
Those invited to a shared album can now comment and get 'smart' suggestions about which photos to add.
Now when you edit a photo you'll be able to go back to a previous version without a batch of duplicates saved to your camera roll.
The server-side update will let you add in extra details to spruce up your photo albums.
Google Photos gets Chromecast support and custom name labels for Android users.
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