Google Photos is getting better! With the new feature you can "draw" with "scribbles" on your photos without needing another application.
This new feature was seen a few days ago by some users and today Google has confirmed the new feature in its official forum.
Google officially unveils new feature in Google Photos
In an official statement Google stated "Twe're happy to announce some new editing features launched in the Google Photos Android app starting today. You can now draw, highlight or add text about your photos."
So it won't be long before the feature is available to everyone. For now, however, I still have nothing on this side. However, it must be borne in mind that I am (almost always) one of the last people to receive the news of this application.
How to use the new tool
In practical terms, using the new tool is simple. You just need to click on the photo and "edit". Soon you will see a symbol of "scribbles" and you can write anything you want on the image. You can also add text simply and in multiple colors.
This new tool will prevent you from downloading the app to your smartphone and editing it in another app. Either from a third party or from the manufacturer of the smartphone in question.
The new feature is coming out for all users, however please note that it may take a few days for you to see it in your app.
Don't forget to update the app to the latest version on the Google Play Store and as soon as available you'll be able to make new edits to your photos.
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