Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is excited that it has been able to achieve so much over the years. Today it unveils its new sharing functionality in Google Photos. To be more specific, the top provider will be launching its AI-powered Suggested Sharing feature that it will provide together with Shared Libraries.
The high end provider is seeking to transform the Google Photos app in such a way that it will become a more social experience, rather than just a personal collection of photo memories. It goes without saying that it will be a more exciting experience to the various users that subscribe to providers wide array of services.
According to Techcrunch.com, the different competing companies across the world have made efforts to look out for ways to leverage technology in order to get users to share the photos snapped on their smartphone with others. Alphabet Inc is leading towards achieving this success, and this follows numerous efforts by other rivals in the industry who unfortunately failed.
Google and Facebook, Inc (NASDAQ:FB) are the first companies globally to showcase great progress in this area. This success has been linked to their great employment of technologies like facial recognition and AI, combined with sizable user bases. This gives users quite an easy time considering that they are not compelled to rebuild their social network in some startup’s new app.
Facebook for instance, has Moments, which is capable of figuring out who’s in the photos on your phone. It moves ahead to group the photos into albums after which it prompts you to share them by simply making a mere click.
Google on its part has Google Photos which consists of a tool which effectively backs up all your photos and eventually storing them in the cloud. It is crucial to pinpoint the associated powerful virtual assistant.
A lot of people do not understand the function of the assistant. It performs roles such as the turning of your photos into collages, movies and animations. It is an amazing experience for the users since they can look back on past memories. Also, the idea of having organized photos is a great one.