It's a titchy app, coming in at just 10MB, and it doesn't rely on cloud backup services like the regular Google Photos app (it's basically a lightweight version of that).
Gallery Go will organise your pictures into selfies, food, animals etc. Using the app, you can find, edit and manage photos when offline.
Adding to its lineup of lighter apps for low-priced phones, Google has introduced Gallery Go - a photo organization app intended for offline use while taking up as little space as possible.
Gallery Go also supports MicroSD cards, but it's not immediately clear if all of the features work with photos stored on MicroSD cards, or if they have to be transferred to the internal storage first. Because of the inherent limitations that the Android Go vision brings along, Google has released highly optimized versions of several of its app, stripping away heavy yet secondary features but still managing to get the primary job done. The app also comes with in-built image editing options, which are simple but enable auto-enhancement, fixes, and filters.
Android Go is Google's lightweight platform that is meant to run on less powerful hardware as compared to the regular Android system.
One can also use the app for improving the qualities of the photos. While the app itself is available globally, the feature to automatically sort photos by people isn't debuting in all markets.
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