29 May '15, 8am

Google wants you to save all your photos and videos to the cloud for free

Google wants you to save all your photos and videos to the cloud for free

Google Photos will also be able to recognize faces with image recognition to help you search through your massive collection to find photos of the same people and you will be able to make natural language searches using metadata that’s only for you to use. Last but not least Photo Assistant will be able to suggest tweaks to photos that you can edit, save or discard if you don’t want to do manual editing on your own.

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