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Allows a Google Photos folder inside the Google Drive. If any photos are moved from Photos to Drive and vice versa, be careful you don't delete them as Google deletes them from ALL locations. Also, you can't see file names or any tags without opening the info button on an individual photo. Google doesn't allow you to delay photo backups, nor separate the camera folder and subfolders from being uploaded immediately. So every single snapshot of dubious quality, and without being able to rename or edit photos to keepwill be uploaded causing duplicates. And there's no function for finding and getting rid of duplicates, despite Google perfecting online image search, it's not in their app. It also doesn't view every device folder with photos, and won't eliminate unwanted ones from view. A third-party app is needed for any directed sync function. The online photo viewer has limited sort and search functions, and won't keep the sort settings pinned per "album". Instead of allowing folders, Google uses Albums, and only the most recent Android versions allow complete deletion of a photo directly from an album. First they must be removed from the album, then you can delete them: once mixed into the thousands of other photos, and where you cannot see the file name or tags. See More
While there's a free unlimited storage plan, it's limited to 16 megapixel images and 1080p videos. Uploading full-resolution content, if you opt out of free unlimited storage plan, is limited to 15GB that comes with a Google account which is shared across all Google services. Increasing that storage space costs about $10/mo per 1TB of storage. See More
If you are a constant clutz, and keep hitting the trash can unwillingly, this app has a solution, the gallery trash can. Although it often comes in handy, of course it's worth noting it will require you to empty the trash can every once and a while if you do not want it to get so full it is un-navigable. See More
A map shows where photos where taken. if you zoom in you see more details. Geotagging: select one or more photos + "set geo" + pick a point in the map ==> the selected images get that point. Filter images through the map: after selecting an area in the map (i.e. North Germany), the gallery will only show images from North Germany. See More
Works fast on my old android-4.2 tablet with low free internal Memory managing a few thousands low res photos on sd-card See More
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