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Gmail can now save photo attachments to Google Photos directly

Gmail can now save photo attachments to Google Photos directly

There are many ways to share photos these days and most use social media for that purpose. Of course, those are mostly public by default and harder to control, and some resort to just sharing links to their online photo storage in private. Still, others go old-school and send photos by email. That can be a hassle for recipients if they end up having to upload images to Google Photos anyway but, fortunately, Google has finally heard the cries of Gmail users or at least some of them.

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Google Photos interpolation and Eternal Sunshine features incoming

Google Photos interpolation and Eternal Sunshine features incoming

This week Google revealed that they'd be automatically incorporating interpolation to Google Photos. With this feature, a series of photos that appears to be captured one after the other will be automatically offered to the user as a video. Google suggested that they will "user neural networks" to bring these photos together in a brand new way.

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Google Photos to end free unlimited uploads: What it means to you

Google Photos to end free unlimited uploads: What it means to you

Google Photos has brought a whole new dimension to treasuring cherished memories ever since it first burst into the scene in 2015. Right from that time, the photo sharing and cloud storage service has been popular for its free unlimited storage. Users have enjoyed this feature all these years, saving the most important moments with utter piece of mind - not having to worry about storage space running out on their device.

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New Pokemon Snap star ratings checklist at the start

New Pokemon Snap star ratings checklist at the start

Four star ratings in New Pokemon Snap can be captured by following a simple set of rules. If you're playing New Pokemon Snap here at launch, in May of 2021, you'll have a relatively simple time of finding good snaps and ranking up with 4-star ratings. You'll need to start by finding rare Pokemon moments - basically anything strange!

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Google Photos makes documents easy to find – so you can delete them

Google Photos makes documents easy to find – so you can delete them

A Google Photos update this week added a Documents tab to assist in the process of finding documents in one's photo collection. This might not seem all that important if you believe you've never used your smartphone or smart device camera to "scan" a document before. Why would you? As some users are finding out, they've captured far more personal, private, or otherwise important information via casual smartphone snap than they initially believed.

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AirPods 3 release date tipped as photos leak

AirPods 3 release date tipped as photos leak

Today we're taking a peek at a set of leaks that may well be the earliest leaked photos of AirPods 3. The Apple AirPods wireless audio devices appear to be leaked in a set of photos that show the design edged in toward a more simple, small set of devices. These aren't quite as small as AirPods Pro, but they're significantly shorter than the original AirPods design.

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Google Recorder now lets you upload and search like Google Photos

Google Recorder now lets you upload and search like Google Photos

Google Recorder got a bump this week with a web interface for search. This means the Google Recorder system is an audio recording and playing interface with a cloud-based storage system. This makes it effectively the same as Google Photos. At the moment, the official Google Recorder app is only supposed to work on Google Pixel smartphones.

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Canon Photo Culling app uses AI to look for your best shots

Canon Photo Culling app uses AI to look for your best shots

Humanity as a whole has taken a lot of photos in the past years, whether using our handy smartphones or using dedicated standalone cameras. Sometimes, we also press the shutter button repeatedly, worried we might miss a fleeting moment, and end up with multiple shots of the same thing. Going through dozens if not hundreds of photos to clear up space can be a very daunting prospect, especially if doing it one by one. Thankfully, Canon is launching a new Photo Culling app that utilizes AI to automate that process.

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Google Photos update adds a usable video editor at last

Google Photos update adds a usable video editor at last

Today Google revealed they'd be adding a video editor to their Google Photos app, at long last. The Google Photos app for Android will add "granular adjustment" abilities for videos in the very near future. Per Google Photos Product Manager Zachary Senzer, "Today we're adding even more editing capabilities to Google Photos so you can easily fine-tune your memories - no expertise needed."

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