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Jan 25, 2019
Facebook's Moments app to shutdown on 25 February due to lack of users: ReportFacebook said in a post the reason for the shutdown is... you guessed it, 'not many people were using it'.
Dec 20, 2018
Google Photos doubles the file limit for Live Albums to 20,000 pictures and videosGoogle in October had launched Live Albums for Google Photos which automatically added images.
Dec 13, 2018
Photos and videos in unsupported formats will now take up space on Google PhotosThe file formats which Google will not be supporting are heavy ones such as RAW and VOB.
Dec 11, 2018
Google Lens finally finds its way into the Google search app for iOS usersGoogle Lens on the iOS app is now in a more logical place than being a part of your photos library.
Nov 20, 2018
Google Photos on iOS get support for portrait depth editing, colour pop featureThe two new features are now available to all iOS users on the Google Photos app.
Sep 22, 2018
Google might be testing edits like manual bokeh effect, colour pop in Google photosThese features might still have to undergo a lot of testing before they are rolled out.
Sep 20, 2018
Google Home Hub smart speaker with 7-inch display to release on 9 October: ReportThe Google Home Hub will come in its usual chalk-white and gray aesthetics, priced at about $149.
May 26, 2018
Google One app goes live on the Play Store to reveal new data packages for Google Drive usersGoogle One was announced with the primary goal of making cloud storage more affordable, along with the added benefit of having 24/7 technical support.
May 22, 2018
Google Photos finally lets you mark your favourite images and access them all under one folderBack at its I/O earlier this month, Google announced features for Photos that include AI-enabled quick edits, colour pop and colourising old images.
May 09, 2018
Google I/O 2018: Google Lens now works in real-time and will be integrated into most native camera interfacesGoogle Lens now work's proactively as you move the camera and pop's up markers or information cards as you move.