Posts Tagged ‘Google Photos’

Google has confirmed that it had sent private videos of Google Photos users to strangers using the Google Takeout service. Here is what you need to know about this alarming news!

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iPhone users can access unlimited Google Photos storage for original quality images, while new Pixel users can no longer do that. Here are the details on this.

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Google has just released ‘Gallery Go’ for download, which is a lite version of the Photos app. Here is everything you need to know.

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Security company Imperva has released details of a Google Photos vulnerability that could have allowed users’ location data to become available to others. Here are the details.

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Google is doing what Apple can’t, or won’t, by adding the ability to edit the depth of field, or blur effect, of Portrait shots to the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, and iPhone X in an update to its Google Photos app.

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Here’s how you can scan your old printed photos and turn them into digital photos right from your smartphone using Google’s PhotoScan app.

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It’s natural to assume that once you’ve deleted an app from your Android device, the functionality contained within it will cease to exist as well. However, it would appear that in some instances, namely when Google Photos is involved, merely making the conscious decision to remove the app from your phone or tablet is not enough to prevent the search engine giant from receiving uploads of your treasured Android device’s photos / videos and storing them against your account.

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Google Photos for iOS, Android, Web announced. Offers free unlimited cloud storage for photos and videos.

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