Google’s new app “Gallery Go” uses machine learning to organize your photos automatically
Muhammad Mubeen Javed
Google has launched an amazing new app called Gallery Go. Gallery Go is a lightweight gallery app that is an alternative for Google photos. Before this company launched Maps Go, YouTube Go, and Google Go. Now Google is trying to get photos sync and management functions in a lighter version which will consume less amount of data.
According to company official statements, like Google Photos, Gallery Go also uses machine learning to organize your photos automatically. But the amazing thing is that Gallery Go can be accessed without cloud backup or high-speed internet, and also consume less space on the mobile phone. It is developed to work offline to help users save data.
The size of Gallery Go is 10 MB which is very less as compared to 130MB size of the Google Photos app. Galley Go comes with all standard features like photo finder, auto-organization and easy editing across multiple devices.
The clean user interface of Gallery Go provides separate category tabs for documents, videos, screenshots and content based grouping. Like Google Photos, Gallery Go also display and sync images in chronological order. The light version of Google photos is launched for developing international markets and older Android operated smartphones.
It will automatically organize your photos by the things and people you take photos of, so you can find your favorite selfie easily. You can download it from Play Store if you have Android 8.1 Oreo and a higher version.