Google Photos tests feature for writing on images and facilitating account exchange
After releasing a tool that makes it easy to crop images with documents, Google keeps tweaking its Photos app on Android. That’s because the search giant is already preparing two new features that can be released at any time.
According to well-known Jane Manchun Wong, Google Photos should soon launch a new editing tool that lets you write and draw on any photo. The idea is that the user does not have to leave the application to exercise their creativity.
In the example below, you can see that Photos already allows the user to type and choose the color of the letters. In addition, there is also the option of a pencil to draw on the image:
Another news that should also arrive soon can make life much easier for users. That’s because Google already knows that it’s a bit tricky to switch accounts within the Photos app.
So, following the idea implemented in Gmail, the search giant should allow account switching using only the top bar. So just tap the user face icon and select the desired account.
For now, all the news is still in internal testing. As a result, we still don’t know when they will be officially released in the stable version of the Android app.