Google Photos Now Recognises Your Pets

Nichole Vega
October 18, 2017

Google Photos has just declared that it is now able to distinguish the photos of pets automatically as cats or dogs with grouping them into their categories, in a same way it does for humans' photos. Then the app will spot snaps of the same dog or cat, say, each time they are photographed so they can be put in their own folder.

This is not all, Google photos also help you to sort out the images by typing the pet's breed and allows you to look for images using a cat/dog emoji. In its latest update, Google Photos has extended this facility to your furry friends as well.

Yes, Google Photos can now recognise your pets. So you can go ahead to the Play Store and can update the existing Google Photos app to see and to explore the new feature.

Google Photos has always been adept at recognizing animals in a generic sense. Creating a movie starring your pet is also very simple. You can even tag m with names. That's why Google Photos is now making it easier for you to find, group, and even make a video out of your favorite photos of your cats and dogs (hopefully more kinds of animals soon) that you have uploaded to Google's cloud. So if you have two Labradors, then Photos may group them under one name only.

Google Photos is one of the most simple and widely used photos and gallery app for Android users across the globe. Google is rolling out a new feature to its Photos app which will change that. So when you want Google to show you photos of your terrier dog, results you're facing may not be exactly simplicity and perfection you want.

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