Published: Tue, October 17, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Google Photos Is Better At Finding Your Pets Now

Google Photos Is Better At Finding Your Pets Now

Google Photos' growing feature set can be hard to keep track of at times, but one that continues to impress me even to this day is its ability to recognize people's faces and automatically organize photos that it knows they're in. Starting today and rolling out globally, Google will start showing your cats and dogs in groups alongside all of the people you now see. I tested the app on my own phone and while it did a fairly decent job on my two dogs and two cats, it did accidentally misidentify random photos of other pets as my own.

Google Photos is going to the dogs. You can make a "movie" starring your pets by finding the pictures you've taken of them using the new search feature, and select your favorite shots. Nonetheless, it's a welcome addition - it beats having to scroll through page after page of unrelated images just to find that one omgsocute snapshot you want to share with your friends. You'll be able to name them and quickly make albums or movies out of the pictures of them.

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Alongside grouping photos of pets, Google Photos also enables users to search by breed so they can easily find pictures of their Husky or Poodle.

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