You may know plenty of people who like sharing the photos they took during their recent vacation and trips on social media. But even the biggest social aficionados find it a jarring task to curate these photos. Luckily for them, Google has come to the rescue.
Google says that its Google Photos service will now suggest a new album to users after they have been to an event or a trip. The company, furthermore, will also curate the "best shots" that a user has taken. What's more, Google Photos will also integrate maps to add location details and describe how far someone has travelled.
Users can add text captions to the album, and quickly turn on collaboration to let their friends and family members to add their own photos to the album as well. Even if you don't want Google's assistance with the curation and album creation, a user can manually add maps, texts, and location pins to their new as well as existing albums.
It's no secret that Google has become increasingly focused on making its Photos service better and more competitive. At its developer conference last year, Google announced a big revamp of Photos, announcing free and unlimited photos storage to the service. The service also became capable of automatically recognising and grouping photos of various people, places, and things without you needing to add tags. Since then, the company has been actively adding new features to the service, such as the support for Chromecast which it added last year.