Google Photos Memories Feed Gets a New Look

In the last few days, Google has been aggressively working towards redesigning its apps. In a very short time, the company introduced many new UI designs in the messages appbrowsing app, calendar, etc. Now the big thing is rolling out a new update for the Google Photos application. Let’s talk about what changes you will see.

Google has brought several UI changes to the home screen, like shifting the title “Google Photos” to the left and also bringing the Print Store, Sharing, and your account avatar to the right.

As the sharing option shifted to the upper side with the Print Store, Google has now filled the space by adding the “Memory” tab, which is positioned between photos and the library tab. Apart from this, the Memories feed has received a significant change where it improves its AI-generated scrapbook-like timeline for tablets. With this improvement, you will get a good experience in customizing and sharing your memorable trips, celebrations, and daily moments with your loved ones.

Google Messages Update Brings New Home Screen Design

Along with this, Google has also integrated generative AI into the application, which will give suggestions about names and editing options for creating different albums from the pictures that appear in the memory feed.

All the new changes will be available with the new version 6.54. According to the information, Google has already started rolling out the update for Android users. Initially,  the update will be available in the US market, then it will be expanded globally. You can check the availability of the update easily by searching for it on the Play Store. While iOS users have to wait for more time as it is currently limited to Android users,

Google Photos is packed with a lot of features that help users manage their photos and videos in one place. Users can also do some light editing with its inbuilt editor functions. So if you are using an Android device and bored with the stock gallery application on your device, you should try Google Photos, as it runs seamlessly and supports sharing almost on all platforms.

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