Android users will be able to enjoy a new way to access photos by adding an option in the Settings app to switch to the “Google Photos” photo app.
Users will also be able access photo editing and sharing in the Photos app by going to “Add Photo.”
The addition of this feature is a part of the Photos for Everyone update that’s currently rolling out to users in beta form.
The Photos app is one of the most popular features in the new Google Photos app, and it will now make it easier for users to get photos from their contacts, family, and more.
The app also includes a new setting called “My Photos” that allows users to quickly search for photos and add them to their photos library.
The feature will be available to users with Google Accounts, as well as to people who are already signed into the Google Photos account.
Users will be unable to access the “My Pictures” setting from the Photos settings page, but it will be accessible from the “About” menu of the Google Account settings page.
The Google Photos settings menu is similar to the Settings menu for the Google Calendar, with settings for sharing photos and other content.
Google Photos for everyone will be rolling out on August 19 in beta.
Users can test the feature by going into Settings, tapping “Add Photos,” and then going to the settings tab.
The update is available to all users who have a Google Account and are logged in to their account.