Gallery Go by Google

A fast, helpful way to organize your photos offline

Gallery Go by Google Photos is a photo gallery, designed to work offline, that uses machine learning to automatically organize and make your photos look their best.
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If anyone wonders why the people in the video and the screenshots are African, it's because Gallery Go was launched at "Google for Nigeria" event along with other amazing projects
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@elmasryahmed Thats amazing! I love that the marketing incorporated the team like that. It really helps to show how much they respect their developers all around world.
Now we have two Google Photos apps with little photo editing and photo managing capabilities. I only use Google Photos because I have a pixel and unlimited storage... once that phases out, I'm out.
@tostartafire What would you prefer to use instead, if you didn't have unlimited storage?
@tostartafire @kreatiff make something close to Apple Photos/Adobe Lightroom but for web/electron, or at least integrate Snapseed directly in to the app and web versions...
@kreatiff I am considering right now getting the adobe photoshop + lightroom package that comes with 20GB of storage. It's $10 a month. I already have it for work, and it has been very useful. I can use that for my main photos and all the other ones that are not work but just memories I can keep it in google drive.
Ah so photo apps are the new messaging apps for Google. I expect 3 more photo apps at Google I/O next year.
@hayden_evans Yeh and then they'll discontinue most of them... and force the users into one platform that they choose. I still can't get over Inbox :(
i initially thought this was a way to actually organize your photos and move them in albums as there is no way to filter for photos NOT IN ALBUMS within Google Photos...how disappointing
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Hey @dflieb! Congrats on the launch. Looks like this is targeted towards people with unreliable/limited/sporadic network connectivity versus the gallery in the main Google Photos app?