Google Embeds “Google Photos” In Chrome For A New Feature

Google is testing another innovation in the Chrome browser on Android. It is already available in the Canary version of Chrome.

Now, when you open a new tab, you can see a “memory” – those photos that you took on that day in the past (a year ago or even earlier). Photos are uploaded from the Google Photos service and are automatically selected by a special algorithm. Of course, to use this feature, you need to have the Google Photos app installed on your smartphone and have some photos in it.

As conceived by Google, this innovation will remind people of the highlights of life that happened in the past, and bring back pleasant memories. After several weeks of testing with Canary users of Chrome, “memories” will begin to appear in the stable build of the browser. You don’t have to activate this function manually, but most likely, if you wish, it can be turned off in the settings.

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