Google will optimize the appearance of the tablet version of the Google Photo application

Berikut Google will optimize the appearance of the tablet version of the Google Photo application
Yang terbaru kami bagikan untuk anda. Dapatkan informasi gadget terbaru hanya di – Jakarta – Google will update the tablet version of the Google Photos application which changes the appearance of the editing layout interface to be more optimal than before.

Google Photo is a photo sharing service and cloud-based storage owned by Google. This application allows users to store, share and manage photos and videos online with unlimited storage space.

In addition, this application is also a photo editing application, but has automatic backup features and smart settings. This application also makes it easy for users to access photos with any internet connected device. The app also has AI technology to create collages, animations and albums automatically.


The latest update of the tablet version of Google Photos now provides an interface for new editing features that make it even more optimized. Updates are given due to the layout on tablet devices and landscape mode previously caused inconvenience to users.

Google promises that this new editing layout fixes the problem and also makes the app look more like other photo editing apps when in editing mode.

This newfangled layout features editing tools in a side panel for an easier and simpler user experience. It also makes the app easier to navigate and zoom-in as well as zoom-out while keeping tools accessible and organized.

Various features such as enhance, crop, rotate, magic eraser, And color adjustments is still there, so that it is also easier for users to take advantage of these various features.


This interface for editing on a tablet is a welcome update for users who have been struggling with the app’s larger screen layout. However, this new view isn’t available to everyone yet, as users will have to update the app to a new version to activate it.

Also, the appearance of this new layout does not apply in portrait mode, so users must first switch to landscape mode to take advantage of this new design. Meanwhile, the app has also received an update that allows users to search for photos with more complex keywords in the search bar. [FY/HBS]