The update includes a new card for easily sharing photographs or editing your collection.
A new Google Photographs user interface modification is currently being sent out to certain users, making it easier to share several photos or modify your collection without having to go into individual images. When you pick a picture, the new update appears as a card down the bottom of the screen. The card provides rapid access to services like Share, Add to, Delete, Order Photo, Move to Archive, Delete from Device, and others.
The update isn’t available to everyone, but we’ve seen it on one of our smartphones and from several Android Police readers who notified us of the change. This appears to be either a test for particular users or a change that is gradually being sent out to select individuals. The fix is available on smartphones running Google Photos 5.96, although it is not part of a larger upgrade.
This new UI modification makes it easy to edit and move photographs without having to leap inside them to make changes. You may pick one or several photos at once, allowing you to conveniently adjust various components.
When the card displays, you may also see other options and information, such as recommendations for people to send photographs to on Google Photos, if you pull up from the bottom. There’s also a function that allows you to upload photos from Photos to specified albums, and the photo will display your location.
Throughout 2022, we’ve seen a variety of changes to Google Photographs, including the addition of the ability to trash photos straight from an album and an enhanced UI for viewing local folders. Google also revealed a revamped Library tab earlier this year, but it has since been postponed, and we expect considerable modifications to it before it is made available to customers.