Google Photos has introduced many new functions in Spain these past weeks. After the cinematic photos and its integration with Google Maps, the application leaves us with another novelty to end the year. It is a summary of the year, a summary of the most outstanding photos of this 2020 that you have in the application.
Google Photos follows in the footsteps of streaming apps like Spotify creating their own recap for the year. This year round on the Google app is introduced in the form of memories, so we can see those most outstanding images of this 2020 within the app on Android or iOS.
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This is the 2020 summary of Google Photos
Google Photos collects the most outstanding photos of this year, that you are going to see in a story or your own memory that is entered in the app. You will be able to move between those images in the same way that you move in the memories in the application. At the top of each image is the date and place where it was taken. It is also allowed to share this image or this summary with other people.
The application also allows users to create an album with those photos that are in the summary of this 2020. You will be able to choose which photos will be included in said album, in the same way that you can do with any normal album in the application. So have an album with those most outstanding photos. If you want to see your summary, these are the steps:
- Open Google Photos on your phone.
- Go to the photos tab.
- At the top, where the memories are, enter the new summary memory of the year.
- If you want to share photos or create an album, click on the button.
An easy way to look back at this year. This summary of the year is already available for some users in the Google app. If you have not been able to see it yet, surely in the next few hours you will be able to see it in your account.
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