Google Photos is getting three new features

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Google has announced a number of improvements to its proprietary Google Photos service on Android and iOS. There are three main innovations.

Library sorting

Google Photos will have three new features

To make it easier to search for photos, the developers will finally add sorting filters. With the click of a button, you can keep only one type of content on the screen: albums, shared albums, favorites, folders on the device, and so on.

Google Photos will have three new features

A section “Import photos” will appear under the grid of albums, which will help you easily copy pictures from other services and devices.

New photo sharing section

Google Photos will have three new features

The General tab will be refocused on sharing snapshots and albums. It will show your close contacts, shared content and sharing links.

Screenshot Access

Three new features will appear in Google Photos

< p>A shortcut will appear at the top of the photo grid for quick access to screenshots. It will appear right below your Memories whenever you take a new screenshot. By tapping, you can go to the folder with all the screenshots on the device.

Also on Android, when viewing a screenshot, a carousel of contextual suggestions for copying text, cropping, searching with the Google Lens, and so on will soon be displayed. These tips will help you perform one-tap actions with screenshots.

All of these updates will roll out to Android this week and will also be coming to iOS soon.