Google’s PhotoScan App Helps Digitize Old Photo Prints

Google’s PhotoScan App Helps Digitize Old Photo Prints    

Google has debuted PhotoScan, a scanner app that is designed to scan your old photographs with the smartphone camera. Until now, I made use of Microsoft Office Lens to scan important documents and also old photographs, but the PhotoScan app claims to be a highly optimized app for scanning printed photos in high resolution. This also reminds me of the […]

     
 
 

Google Photos 2.0 for iOS Blends in Live Photo Editing from Motion Stills app

Google Photos 2.0 for iOS Blends in Live Photo Editing from Motion Stills app

Google Photos has been one of the quintessential Google services that I personally cannot live with, especially when it comes to maintaining the photos on the cloud and managing storage in a much better way. A couple of months earlier Google release Motion Stills app that stabilized the iOS Live Photos and also crafted them into GIF’s and movies. With […]

     
 
 

The Ultimate Guide to Google Photos

The Ultimate Guide to Google Photos

Android was always criticized for not having a great photo management app, the default ones were slow and didn’t really synced with the cloud. Third party developers jumped in quickly with some really good alternatives like “QuickPic” but those too were lame when it came to the UI itself. Google at their I/O event this year unveiled the completely redesigned […]

 
     
 
 

Google Photos Receives a Set of Much Welcome Updates

Google Photos Receives a Set of Much Welcome Updates

Google had taken the online storage industry by storm when it announced its free, unlimited photo storing service Google Photos. Since then, the service hasn’t received too many updates, until now. Google has announced a bunch of new feature that make Google Photos even more useful than before. Users now have the ability to edit an image’s timestamp, rearrange the […]