It’s Time to Create a Google Photos Father’s Day Movie

Create a Google Photos Father’s Day movie in a few simple steps, right from a mobile device or on desktop in only a couple of minutes…

Time is running out to get something unique for dad. Fortunately, one heartwarming gift is just a couple of taps or clicks away. Best of all, it’s free and it’s totally personalized. The Google Photos Father’s Day movie is readily available through Assistant.

It’s Time to Create a Google Photos Father’s Day Movie

Google Photos continues to become an incredibly diverse tool. It’s more than just cloud storage for pictures and video. It’s editing chops get better all the time. Users can easily crop and improve images through the mobile app or on the web.

Also last year, the company introduced location editing, making it even more useful. Additionally, the internet platform was transformed into a PWA or progressive web app. Meaning, it acts like a native app, but without the need to download software and/or updates.

Back in May of last year, it gained a favorites option, as well as brightness fix and archive suggestions. (Prior to that, it rolled out a new feature called “color pop.” The app can even help people identify different dog and cat breeds.

But, it is also a hub for different memories collections. For instance, the Smiles of 2017 video picture collage hit back in December. And now, the Google Photos Father’s Day movie is here to retrieve once again.

How to Create a Google Photos Father’s Day Movie

To make a Google Photos Father’s Day movie, simply open the mobile app on Android or iOS, or sign-in on the web. Go to the Assistant tab. Click on the “Movie” shortcut button. Click on “Father’s Day Movie.” Then, select the dad and child or children. In a few moments, it renders a video photo collage. Viola!

Google Photos Create Movie landing page

Owen E. Richason IV

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