Having recently reached 5 billion downloads on Android, the (photo Google Photos aims to target iOS users from Apple by enabling them to sync their favorite photos and videos with the Apple Photos service.
Although the (Google Photos) service works via mobile operating systems, it is difficult to use it completely on iOS due to certain restrictions set by Apple. If a user of iPhone smartphones or iPads chooses to try using the photo service exclusively from the US search giant, he is likely to find that he has to reconcile between (Google Photos) and (Apple Photos) to properly manage the photo library.
With the new feature, the photos that are added to the favorites in the (Apple Photos) service become favorites in the (Google Photos) service, and the photos in the (Google Photos) service become favorites in the (Apple Photos) service. If a user chooses to opt out of preferring images in the (Google Photos) service, they will be removed from the favorites list in the (Apple Photos) service.
To activate the feature, the user will have to open (Google Photos) in the iOS device and then go to (Profile) Profile, then (Settings) Settings, then (Apple Photos) Apple Photos, then activate the option.
After activation, any image that the user chooses to prefer in (Apple Pictures) will be “starred” inside (Google images).
The new update comes from the company, in conjunction with Company announcement It is reported that Google Workspace will stop supporting Microsoft’s browser IE 11 on March 15, 2021.
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