Google’s new Google Photos update can now automatically share your selfies


Google took to the stage at its big developer conference, Google I/O, on Wednesday and announced several new features in Google Photos. 

And we have to say: the updates are pretty robust. 

The updates came with a feature called Suggested Sharing, an addition powered by machine learning that suggests who you should share certain photos with. Part of the process involves mining your previous shares to help suggest new photo shares via a new shares tab in the app. 

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Another feature the company rolled out is Shared Libraries, which lets you automatically share photos in certain categories with friends and family. The feature allows the recipient of a shared library to select certain photos from your library to add to their own personal library.  Using this feature, Google Photos can also automatically save photos of certain people to the recipient’s library.  Read more…

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