Google is rumoured to be working on a new editor user interface for its Photos app.
Google is rumoured to be working on a new editor user interface for its Photos app. The new user-interface, according to the recent images posted by a popular software blogger Jane Manchun Wong on her official Twitter handle, confirm that the company is ditching the iconography and adding more text. However a Twitter user from Indonesia Google Photos @BangSAT_RIA97 responded to the tweet by Jane Manchun Wong confirming that Google has already started testing the new user-interface by sending the update to select Android users.
The new user interface now features a more Google camera-like horizontal scrolling menu at the bottom where users can swipe left and right to navigate through the editing options such as Crop, Adjust, Filters and more. There’s a new feature called Suggestions that is an AI-based recommendation that tells users about the edits to make a photo look better. An upper carousel shows other options such as Black and White, Colour focus, Blur, etc. There’s another section that shows other photos editing apps installed on a smartphone.
Although the new editor user-interface on Google Photos looks interesting, there’s no information about when Google will officially release the update for the app.