Google Photos app often brings about interesting updates for its users almost every now and then. With the aim to bring more users into the fold, keep the existing ones happy and build a user-friendly interface, Google Photos has something very exciting for its users.
The latest update by Google Photos allows the Android users to organize, edit and share several photos and create an interesting photo animation.
This new update by Google will now enable the Android users to better sort out photos in their mobile gallery, and also provide the ability to create their own photo animations even when they aren't connected to the internet.
All About the New Feature
Google Photos now allow the Android users to create photo animations even without an internet connection. With this new update, Android users can now create animated videos of a trip or a party and have the ability to select up to 50 photos.
To enjoy this new update, the user should have the latest version of Google Photos, which can be updated from the Google Play Store. Here's are 4 simple steps with which Android smartphone users can simply create a photo animation without being connected to the internet.
#1 Update Google Photos App
The first thing that Android users are required to do is go to Google Play Store and update the latest version of the Google Photos on their smart device.
#2 Disconnect the Internet and Open Google Photos
After updating and installing the Google photos app on the Android phone, the user is simply required to first disconnect the internet and open the photos app.
#3 Tap on Create New Animation
After opening the Google Photos app, the user should click on the top right corner of the screen and a list will appear and select the "Create New Animation" option from the list.
#4 Choose Photos and Create Animation
After clicking on the create new animation option, the user will be asked to select pictures. Up to 50 photos can be selected from the phone gallery, and after which the user is needed to click on the create option displayed on the phone screen.