Google Photos Is Now Able To Distinguish Your Pets

Leigh Mccormick
October 18, 2017

What's more is that users can now search by breed to take a look at the images of their pets. It's the ideal feature for pet lovers who like to show off pictures of their furry friends.

This new feature, which is available in most countries, does not show pets as a group among people. So searching using a dog emoji will bring up all photos of your dog, for example. Then the app will spot snaps of the same dog or cat, say, each time they are photographed so they can be put in their own folder.

Google Photos now recognises pets. No longer will you have to type in "dog" or "cat" to find pictures of your pets. Just like people, you can label your pet by name, so you can quickly find photos of them in the future; this also makes it easier for you to create albums and movies of your beloved pet. Google is rolling out a new feature to its Photos app which will change that. It also grouped different gray shih tzus together and included a photo of a gray bunny in that cluster, too. The new updates even allow searches for breeds, which should be incredibly useful for those who are running a puppy kennel business.

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Google Photos has just declared that it is now able to distinguish the photos of pets automatically as cats or dogs with grouping them into their categories, in a same way it does for humans' photos.

The technology giant lets Pixel smartphone users store unlimited full-resolution photos and videos.

Lily Kharevych, a software engineer at Google Photos, says in a pawfully (sorry) pun-packed blog post: "If you have a bunch of photos of your furry friends, you now have the oppawtunity to see them all in one place in Google Photos".

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