Latest update to Google Photos for iOS makes pet finding easier

Google Photos now groups your cat and dog photos automatically

Google Photos now groups your cat and dog photos automatically

Users can do this by removing photos of pets mistakenly grouped by the app. It's the flawless feature for pet lovers who like to show off pictures of their furry friends. On Monday Google launched a new update over Google Photos with a further facial recognition that let's user organise pictures of their family and photos more conveniently.

In addition to searching by name, Google is also letting users search for their pets by their breed or by typing in the compatible emoji. Now, some developers claim to have found a way to do away with that requirement and reports suggest that they found a way to obtain abundant Google Photos storage on any device that runs either Android Nougat or a higher version of Android.

Way back in 2015, Google photos came out with the feature of identifying a specific person out of your photo library.

Vikings Beat Packers 23-10, Tie for Division Lead
At 5-1, the Eagles now have the best record in the NFC, but the Packers were not far behind entering Sunday at 4-1. Rodgers will be missed, as shown last week when he rallied the Packers to a dramatic victory against Dallas.

"When you want to look back at old photos of Oliver as a puppy or Mr Whiskers as a kitten, you no longer need to type "dog" or "cat" into search.", she says. Creating movies or photo book starring the pet is also easy. The feature is rolling out to most countries now.

The Google Photos app can be accessed on mobile devices as well as desktop computers, so you can backup photos and videos from your hard drive as well. The new updates even allow searches for breeds, which should be incredibly useful for those who are running a puppy kennel business.

Earlier updates of Google Photos indicated that a pet recognition feature was about to arrive on the photo gallery app. The announcement has been made by the tech giant, Google on Monday in its blog post.

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