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QromaTag for macOS

Create photo metadata using voice recognition.

Adding metadata to photos has mostly been about typing and tabbing through fields. QromaTag is a new smarter way to add metadata to photos using voice recognition and a natural language description. We use machine learning to find things likes dates, locations and people and automatically create the right tags.

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Google Photos 2.0

Free storage & automatic organization for all your memories

Arun Sathiya- Happiness Engineer, Automattic
Easily the best gallery management and cloud storage for photos. I cannot imagine a life without Google Photos now.
FerminRP- Growth Hacker
I know every single photo I take will be saved in the cloud for eternity :) I can search by faces, keywords, dates and access all those memories. It now supports google lense if you are on a google pixel.
Glenn Berkshier- IT Analyst
Set it and forget it on your mobile device. I never have to worry about the photos I take. Everything goes to Google Photos, and I can clean off my phone's storage once I know there up in the cloud. This is one service that Google totally nailed for its value, ease of use and intelligence.
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New Google Photos

Shared suggestions, libraries and photo books

Arun Sathiya- Happiness Engineer, Automattic
I am not sure if this would answer your question, but Google Photos is my new favorite these days. Google Photos is easily the best cloud-based photo tool currently. They do not offer an option to group photos by albums on the Photos tab (main tab though). Apart from that, it's the best available photo manager with truly unlimited storage. Shame I never used… See more
Kyle Hess- Fintech Product Manager
Google Photos is, by far, the best thing in the world.
Mori- A person who loves new things.
A very creative promo video. I downloaded Google photos right after watching this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi2MUL0hNNs
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Collections

Keep all your ideas, inspirations & adventures in one place

Collections is the beautifully simple visual bookmarks app, designed to help you and your friends keep track of your ideas, inspirations and adventures.

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Wi-Fi password sticker on your router? Snap. Cute sweater in a store's window display? Snap. Party invitation? Snap. Cool gift idea for mom? Snap. If any of this sounds familiar to you, then you probably also use your iPhone's camera to take photos of the things you want to remember - maybe even more often than you use Notes to write things down.
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Tiat

A simple and powerful image organizer 🖼️

Tiat is a simple and powerful image organizer, build for designers, photographers and magpies. Tiat can handle millions of images with high performance and smooth user experence. You can organize the images in many ways, and easy to find them when you need.

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Shared Albums by Google Photos

Share photos & videos between friends and family

Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I love Google Photos Albums. It's perfect if you have everyone's email (or are in their G+ circle!). You can easily organize the albums and break it up by location or other categories. Plus you'll be able to use the powerful search features to find the right photo when you're done posting the hundreds you took on the trip.
Faizal R- IT officer @ INSTUN
I think I should try Google Photo too.
José Alvarez- Interaction Designer, Soluciones GBH
Google Photos is the best option to sharing albums with others. 👌
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