Google has rolled out a revamped version of its photo app, which offers unlimited storage for images and videos free of cost.
Although Google has limited the resolution for photos to 16 megapixels and 1080 pixels for videos, if one wants to store a higher resolution image or video, the app can also tap into the Drive storage, reported The Verge.
The tech giant has also introduced other new features in the app, including one around organisation, which analyses images and sorts them into groups automatically. The feature also lets Google put its search skills to good use as it allows users to search for specific moments in photos like, “snowstorm in Toronto”.
The app is being rolled out for iOS, Android and web users.