Google Photos is probably the best service for storing all your photos and video in the cloud and is constantly improving. One of the next news will finally let you zoom in on your videos.
The discovery was made by the folks at XDA Developers. As with photos, simply drag your fingers over the video to zoom in on that part of the screen.
For a long time users of this service have been requesting this feature. It seems that finally Google has decided to fulfill your requests by making video zoom available.
Functionality was found on Google Photos 4.33
The well-known Mishaal Rahman found this functionality embedded in version 4.33 of the Google Photos application. However, the ability to zoom in on videos is not yet available to everyone.
On this side I have the same version of Google Photos installed, but I still can’t use this new feature. This means that this feature is still in the testing phase.
Eventually users will eventually receive this function with a server upgrade. So if you don’t have version 4.33 installed, you should install it and wait for Google to release it for you.
Google Photos is increasingly an indispensable service
When we launched it, we all looked at Google Photos as a place where we can store all of our photos without worrying about space. However, over time this service has become much more than that.
This has become a place where we have all our photos and video organized in an exemplary way. One of the latest news, for example, was the ability to identify people in our photos.
Even more recently we have come across a chat genre that allows us to share our photos quickly and easily with our friends. That is, if for some reason you don’t use Google Photos yet, it’s time for you to start using it.
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