Google has launched a number of social apps in recent weeks. The Tech Giant is now working on a first party social app that lets small groups edit pictures together with the help of a computer vision.
The new app will allow users to create groups for sharing images and and enable users to be edit collaboratively and simultaneously on the same picture. The application is said to include a feature where it uses computer vision to provide suggestions, in addition to manual application of filters. The app also uses Artificial Intelligence to tag and organise photos for easier searching in the future.
This is what TechCrunch had to say about the app:
“Path meets Snapchat-style filters and edits meets Google’s imaging smarts.”
Google has been constantly updating and adding new features to Duo and Allo, which were launched last May. The year old Spaces app is scheduled to receive a shut down in April. It is worthy to note that the Spaces app was born out from the Google Plus Team.
However, the upcoming app is said to be coming from the popular Google Photos team. The PhotoScan app, that Google announced a while ago was very intuitive and useful. Therefore, there are high expectations on this app.
TechCrunch has noted that Google is not looking to make another messaging app. The new app may be scheduled to launch during Google I/O 2017.