Google Photos can pick your pet out of a furry lineup

Randall Craig
October 18, 2017

Meanwhile, Google lets you search using animal emoji.

Once you opt in to the feature, Google Photos will automatically tag and file photos of your pet whenever they're taken, making it easy to find them at a later date.

If we talk about the people's reactions and reviews, majority didn't find this new Pet recognition feature in Google Photos app impressive as they didn't get the accurate results even if they search for their dogs pictures. Pet owners can definitely identify with the frustration of taking decent photos of their favorite lovable pets. Google is now extending pictures to pets. Nonetheless, it's a welcome addition - it beats having to scroll through page after page of unrelated images just to find that one omgsocute snapshot you want to share with your friends. This wonderful feature is expected to roll out today for the users across the world.


"We hope these features help you better celebrate your four-legged family members in all of their paw-some-ness", Google Photos software engineer Lily Kharevych wrote. It also grouped different gray shih tzus together and included a photo of a gray bunny in that cluster, too. Check it out here and if you're on Chrome, expect browsing to be a safer experience now Google is testing out more advanced phishing detection.

Google Photos is a mobile app that allows you to store unlimited high-quality photos and full HD 1080 videos in their cloud for free, allowing you to free up space on your phone. The announcement has been made by the tech giant, Google on Monday in its blog post. Machine Learning technology has becoming more popular as many new apps are now compatible with this machine learning technology to do various tasks automatically with just one time setup.

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