New feature by Google Photos now recognizes your pets


Photos was already good at facial recognition, now it will organize your pets too.

Google's new algorithm will work itself and it can recognises everything related to your pets. After singling out the images, you can also take things to the next level by naming your dog in the app.

Pet owners with smartphones usually have the same trouble - their photo libraries are overflowing with images of their four-legged family members captured in all sorts of places, positions and situations. Google has added six pet-inspired songs which user can use while creating the video. Hence, we don't need to search for "cat" or "dog" if you feel like looking at a picture of your pet dog "Oreo". You can even label them by name so it will make it easier to search and find it out.

The new feature is being rolled out to most countries today and works simply be uploading the photos. 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. The new updates even allow searches for breeds, which should be incredibly useful for those who are running a puppy kennel business.

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You're likely aware that Google Photos can recognize people, objects, and even find specific photos just by typing in the subject. Some of them are impressed with the results as well.

The technology giant lets Pixel smartphone users store unlimited full-resolution photos and videos.

Google is now working on the next update which would be more stable version of the Photos app with all the bug fixes and other issues reported by the users from around the world.