Today, at Google for Nigeria, Google introduced Gallery Go: a photo gallery, designed to work offline, that uses machine learning to automatically organize and make your photos look better.
Gallery Go helps first time smartphone owners easily find, edit, and manage photos, without the need for access to high-speed internet or cloud backup.
The app automatically organizes your photos by the people and things you take photos of, so you can easily find your favorite selfie, remember where you had the best puff puff, and keep track of important documents. You don’t have to manually label your photos and all these features run on your phone, without using your data. You can create folders to organize your photos, and Gallery Go works with SD cards, so you can easily copy them from your phone.
You can use the auto enhance feature for instant fixes. You can also choose from a variety of filters to get a new look, and easily rotate and crop, so your photo looks just right.
Gallery Go was designed to work offline, to help you manage your photos using less data. And at just 10 MB, the app won't slow down your phone and leaves space to store more memories.
Gallery Go is available in the Play Store for devices running Android 8.1 (Oreo) or higher. While the app is available worldwide, some features such as organizing photos by people aren’t available in all countries. For those of you who joined us at Google for Nigeria, Gallery Go will come pre-installed as the gallery app on the Itel S15 and select A55 devices beginning next month.