Google Photos may get a UI update soon. According to the report, the app could soon provide an integrated experience for RAW images. Enabling RAW+JPEG capture in the Camera app on both Pixel and Android phones now creates a “Raw” folder on the device. By default, the “backup” option on this particular folder is disabled, even if “backup” for the home directory is enabled. Because they’re not stored in the storage cloud, RAW files don’t appear on the main feed of the Google Photos app.
Follow 9to5Google report Google Photos may soon allow RAW+JPEG image RAW files to appear in the app’s main feed. Google Photos version 6.20 reveals an upcoming change that will always show RAW images in the main feed, regardless of the user’s Backup status. This means that the RAW file will show up with every image even if Google Photos’ “backup” feature is turned off.
On the main feed of the Google Photos app, JPEG and RAW images will appear alongside this update. The report adds that Google Photos 6.20 is not yet widely available but is expected to be available soon.
Google Photos has received regular updates that add new features to the app. It’s a report In December 2022, Google Photos is testing a new “Search” button for its Android app, allowing users to view photos and recognize faces. The new button is likely to replace the existing Lens button in the Photos app. Google Lens was first released as a standalone app in 2017, but it was later transformed into an integrated service. More updates on the “Search” button are awaited.
In September, Google Photos received a New A ‘Memories’ feature with a cleaner aesthetic and smoother vertical scrolling gestures has been added to switch between memories.
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