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Google Photos has a ton of awesome ways to edit your pictures. However, when you make a change, the app makes you save a copy to preserve the original. Now, Photos can make changes and preserve the original without clogging up your albums.
Google is rolling out a sweet update today to Google Photos on the web, Android and iOS. You’ll get suggested albums, curated with your best pictures; the ability to customise an album with maps, location pins and text; and let others add photos to your albums.
Facebook has some frustratingly limited options when it comes to sharing high quality photos. Fortunately, it’s getting better. Android users can now upload HD photos directly from the mobile app.
Smartphones are easily the most popular cameras around, but even though they have improved a lot over the years, taking a solid photo with a smartphone is still a little different than a traditional camera. MacRumors put together a video filled with iPhone tips, but they’re all applicable to any smartphone camera. One of the lesser known tips is to learn how to lock exposure and focus.
Android: Focus has quickly become one of our new favourite photo management apps on Android. Now, the beta version can lock the entire app with your fingerprint and play videos natively.