Offline and online features widely differ, and it is usually rare for apps to offer solid offline features that would still automatically upload to the internet. This could change, however, with the new Google Photos offline update that would allow users to do more things without the internet.
Google Photos Offline Feature
Generally, in order to add new pictures or videos to the users' albums in Google Photos, the user has to be online. Google, however, is rolling out a new update that could change this approach and possibly make it easier to upload content with users no longer needing to be online to do so. This simple feature will not only save users time but also make the process way easier.
The upcoming offline Google Photos feature was initially discovered by AndroidPolice but it is said to be something that users can't rush since Google hasn't openly released the particular feature. Google will allow users to add their pictures and videos to an album that will then be automatically synchronized with the Google servers the moment the device goes online again.
Google Photos New Feature
Although there are currently a lot of different Google Photos alternatives just around the block, Google's official app still probably remains the best solution when it comes to both storing and sharing media content online. Although users will soon need to pay in order to use Google Photos storage, the occasional users will still be able to easily take advantage of the benefits without charge.
According to the story by PhoneArena, those that can't wait to try out the upcoming new feature might still want to download the latest version of the official Google Photos. For those that won't be able to access the Google Photos offline feature despite the update, the best thing to do is to most likely wait for a new server-side switch to flip.
Automatic Uploading Saves Time
The upcoming Google Photos offline feature does not magically work without the internet but rather makes sure to prioritize the action automatically when the internet becomes available. The feature will then automatically upload the photos and videos whenever internet connection becomes available again and this would possibly happen without the user actually knowing.
Users might not even notice how Google Photos will automatically upload the videos and photos from the prioritized space on their devices. This new feature will make it easier for users to port their photos into one place without having to manually upload them one by one.
Manually uploading photos and videos to an album can take up a lot of the owner's time and it is also impractical since these should be done automatically. With the new Google Photos offline feature, users will be able to do more with less effort due to the automatic port of photos and videos online with Google Photos.
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Written by Urian B.