Google Photos is working to redesign your photo viewer. The big changes bring a combined menu and a new info sheet. These changes were discovered by the Android Police website.
When you are viewing a particular photo, you have the icon in the upper right corner (with three dots) available. However, clicking this will now show you direct information instead of the previous menu.
So far we have access to a menu and then we click on "information". In this menu you can also add the photo to an album, edit it or print it. However, you will soon have access to combined information.
All information is just a tap away
As you can see in the image on the right, the new information panel shows you the date, lets you add a description, and gives you technical details about the image. In addition, you can also add the photo to an album, move it, or delete it from here as well.
In addition to a cleaner application design, this new tool centralizes several previously separate commands. That is, you get a simplified life if you are an intensive user of Photos.
Apparently this is a menu that will not be implemented from an update. The new combo menu should reach Android users via the server (ie when Google thinks it's ready). According to some iOS users, the feature is already available on iPhone.
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