Google announced that it will launch a new offline photo editing tool, titled Gallery Go. Google created the tool as part of a concerted effort to develop apps for markets that may not always have a connection. The offline photo editing tool will be available for devices that can run Android 8.1 and later versions. Gallery Go will only use approximately 10 MB of devices storage space.
Users of the app will be able to make folders and access an SD card in the app to view photos. Gallery Go will have editing tools available to users, which included auto-enhance rotate and crop features. The Gallery Go app will be used as a default image editing application on some devices beginning next month.
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