According to the latest sources, Google will be updating its Android Google Photos application with some new and interesting features. The application will be getting new and improved video editing tools to feature, much akin to what is available to iOS users.
According to sources, the new feature will be available on both Google Pixel devices and other Android phones. From what we know, the new video editing tools include over 30 controls, covering everything from cropping, filters, and color grading options like adjusting contrast, saturation, and brightness.
It’s not just the video editing tools, but the app itself will be undergoing some huge changes. Google had earlier stated that it would be bringing some machine-learning powered editing tools previously exclusive to Pixel devices to other Android phones, but only for Google One subscribers.
Google Photos will end its unlimited free photo storage in June, and users will be asked to pay for storage beyond 15GB. The app is getting more powerful, but increasingly you’re having to pay for more advanced features.
Google is not bringing an iOS-like video editing tool to its android application, it will also be bringing its new photo editing tools to iOS as well. we are still unclear as to when all these features will be making their debut, however, considering the speed at which Google is proceeding the updates will soon arrive in the coming months.