Google+ brings floating hearts effect to Auto Awesome on Valentine's Day

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Google+ brings floating hearts effect to Auto Awesome on Valentine's Day

Google, brimming with the Valentine's Day spirit, has updated its Auto Awesome feature in Google+ by adding floating hearts in images of two people kissing. As before, Auto Awesome adds the special effect automatically, and impressively able to recognize a image with people kissing, and add the floating hearts by itself.

"Tis the season for saying 'I love you,' so today we're rolling out a new way to make your Google+ photos more lovely, automatically. Just upload a new photo of people kissing, and we'll gift you a version with animated hearts," states the Google+ post by Erik Murphy-Chutorian.

The image can be shared or kept private. The users will get notified as soon as their Auto Awesome image is ready.

Google yesterday rolled out its Valentine's Day-based Google doodle. The doodle features a couple with the guy making up the first 'O' and the girl making up the second 'G' of the word Google. The second 'O' is the candy box on which a user can click to create their customised candy boxes. A magnifying glass is also visible to the right, which when clicked, will bring up the search results page for Valentine's Day. In a way it is an innovative manner to express one's love for his or her Valentine.

With three candies in Google's Valentine's Day doodle box (see below), a user can create each with multiple combinations of ingredients, of which 13 choices are available - namely milk, dark and white chocolates; sprinklers; gummy bears; toffees; roasted almonds; strawberries; ants; cherries; litchis; walnuts and salt.

Surprisingly enough, the Valentine's Day doodle has not been rolled out in India yet.

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