December 5, 2020
Google Gallery Go

Google Introduces Gallery Go for Android while Google Photos Surpasses 1 Billion Users

Google debuts a new lightweight photo manager for Android called Gallery Go, which works offline and takes up a lot less space…

Google Photos becomes more powerful all the time. Google just introduced live video previews for its app and added more features, including manual tagging.

But, with all those functions comes a need for more and more space and more and more power. So, Google has built a lightweight alternative, Gallery Go

Google Introduces Gallery Go for Android while Google Photos Surpasses 1 Billion Users

Gallery Go automatically organizes pictures by person, places, and documents. It includes some simple to use editing tools, which include filters, auto-enhancement, cropping, and rotation.

Best of all, these tools can be used directly on phones and tablets. There’s no need for data and it’s even compatible with SD cards. What’s more, it comes in at only 10MB.

While the app is predominately aimed at Nigeria, it’s available worldwide. Meanwhile, it’s big brother, Google Photos, has reached 1 billion users. This makes Photos the ninth to reach such a milestone, joining Android, Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, and of course, search.

It’s a testament to its genuine popularity. After all, even though it’s a stock app which comes preloaded on every Android device, it originally debuted as a spin-off of the company’s failed social network, Google+. Now, it’s striving for 2 billion users.

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