The final change is a new collage editing tool, where you can pull and drag and drop controls to group your favorite pictures together. Some of the collage designs were also created by Shantell Martin and Lisa Congdon. In the editor, you can use various tools to adjust image brightness or apply filters. Pixel owner and Google One Members will have access to exclusive features such as adding portrait light and HDR to collages and 30 unique designs.
The collage editor will appear on both Android and iOS devices, but it seems the web browser version of Google Photos won’t get this. We ask Google to clarify this. We’ll update this story if we hear back.
Google Photos is one of the most used image storage services out there, but some people are disappointed with its limited editing tools. If you’re curious, we recommend checking out TechRadar’s list of the best alternatives to Google Photos
Cesar Cadenas has been writing about the tech industry for years, now focusing on the consumer electronics, entertainment devices, Windows and gaming industries. But he’s also passionate about smartphones, GPUs, and cybersecurity.