Recently, Google revamped the Google Photos app with a new design and various useful features. As per a new report, the search giant is tweaking its interface again with a new pop UI. This new feature will allow users to share photos and videos directly from the app’s library.
According to 9to5Google, this new feature could be a part of a server-side update. It doesn’t appear to be a widespread rollout, with the new pop-up UI appearing on a limited number of devices. Hence, it’s likely that Google is testing the feature before a public release.
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As seen in the screenshot, options such as “Share,” “Add to,” and “Delete” appear at the bottom of the screen. The remaining options let users move media to archive, order prints, edit location, and move to Locked Folder. This new feature offers a convenient way of managing photos. Sharing content gets even easier with the revamped UI, as users will be able to simply swipe up on the image to send shortcuts to the desired recipients.
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Back in April, the Google Photos app for Android and iOS got a revamp to make it easier for users to share, browse, and import photos. The search giant started rolling out new features such as a redesigned Library tab, sections for partner sharing, and a new Import Photos button.
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