You Can Now Share Videos Faster with Google Photos
Google Photos is among one of the most popular Google products ever created. It gives an easy and fast way to share photos online, as well as store them on the cloud. However, as easy as it is to share photos over Google Photos, sharing videos can be a little difficult, especially if you are on a slow internet connection.
With the quality of videos on modern day smartphones getting better, the size of videos is constantly on the rise. This makes it a pain to upload and share them. However, Google Photos has now come out with a solution for this which will allow you to share videos faster.
Google ensures faster sharing by uploading a low resolution variant of the video first, which will then be followed by the high resolution video. By uploading the low resolution video variant first, Google ensures that videos are online faster.
This might seem like a small change for most users but it really is a significant change, especially for those who like to share videos frequently. Google talked about this new feature in their changelog where they said:
We’ve reduced the wait time for sharing videos in Google Photos by uploading low-res copies for sharing, and later replacing them with the high-res versions.
This update is live on the latest version of Google Photos and all you need to do to get this is to update your app. This is a really cool update from Google. In a short span of time, Google Photos has come a long way. The app continues to get a number of updates from Google from time to time.
Google photos is becoming smarter with every passing day. While this update allows users to upload and share videos faster, there have been other updates aimed at improving the Machine Learning mechanism which helps identify people and objects from the photos. Stay tuned with us for more updates on this app from Google.