Google has a new cattitude towards your photo library and its latest update is everything you can hope it would be
The golden age is where your million dog pictures will get the name they deserve. If you’re wondering what in the world am I talking about, you will love this piece of news. Google has released a new feature update for Google photos that enables you to find your pet’s picture in your photo library.
Yes, now your pet Oliver will be assigned its name and not My cat/ My horse as Google assigns a new label differentiating pets from people. Just type in the name in your google search, and you can find all portraits and folder of your pet.
The news gets better and more prominent as Google will not only let you name your pet, enable search by breed or even by a corresponding emoji but also creates a movie with all your pets photos with the music of your choice (*me- screams with happiness). The face recognition feature will able to spot the breed of your pet if other humans cannot.
The update has been rolled out in most of the countries, so the world is a happier place again.
In case, if you are an obsessed dog lover, then you might like to explore getting a painting of your pet here.
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, a Google spokesperson confirmed the news stating,
"This is just the start, and that if you have several pets that are the same breed (such as a few yellow Labs), you might need to help the app by removing photos of a mis-grouped pet so that the app can tell Lassie from Fido."
Coming back to the movie, Google will make of your pet (Yes! I am obsessed with my dog), and if you haven't satisfied and want that adorable tongue wagging shot in the beginning or repetition, you can make your pet film- Google has all the instructions for you:
If you want to swap the soundtrack or create your movie, it has six pet-inspired songs to choose from in the movie editor. It also helps to raise-the-ruff or in adding cattitude.
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