Google Photos for Android Places Markup Tool in Edit Menu

By allowing users to access photos more easily, Google Photos wants to make the app more reliable. To do this, the company has placed Markup in a special editing menu tab. The markup tool was one of the most often used gadgets which allowed users to add or draw text on an image. The new placement will more often enable users to enhance their pictures using this tool.

Not only are users changing their photos app, but the company has also changed the policy before to end the end of the cloud support on this Photo Platform for videos and images. Users may now benefit from a free 15GB of photos, drive, and Gmail storage.

9to5Google discovered this change in the edit menu. Previously this marking tool was hidden from more tabs. Thus, it had to be discovered. Although users must go through the menu before reaching the markup tool, it is now visible on Android smartphones in the main tab between Filters and More.

This change occurs in chunks for every Android user, so you'll get it soon if you haven't received it yet.

In addition, on 1 June 2021, Google also ended its unlimited support for cloud storage. So if you're using 15GB of cloud storage, you have to pay for this now. Google also provides a storage management tool to assist users in deleting unwanted data, including photos and videos. That is the most useful feature in my view.

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