What Google Photos Say About You

Seth Fiegerman in Mashable: “The algorithms have spoken: I am an anti-social homebody who spends a great deal of his free time photographing the same few cats, meals and sunsets. I travel occasionally, but mostly along the East Coast near where I live. And I spend almost all of my time with a small group of half a dozen people — rarely at the same time.

“That, at least, is my takeaway after a weekend of studying (or perhaps overstudying) the groupings and trends in Google Photos. The application, easily the most buzzed-about announcement from Google’s big developer conference last week, automatically scans, backs up and organizes the massive heap of photos kept on your smartphone.” MORE.

Read the features of Google’s new photo app.

Will Google Photos Revolutionarize How We Look at Pictures?


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