Google has created a new feature that will make images from Google Photos and Photos on other Google products more “exhibitable.”
It’s a new “image-based” mode that, unlike other photo features on the Android platform, allows users to “explore” an image by looking at the object that appears in the image, instead of using the camera’s autofocus feature.
If that object is a dog, for instance, you’ll see the dog in the foreground, not the dog on the far right.
The image-based mode will allow users to look at multiple images at once, so you can “explorify” the dog without having to take your eyes off the screen.
If you’re looking at a dog in a picture of a cat, you can zoom in and “explode” the cat in the picture, for example.
The new feature has been in the works for some time, but the company is giving it a big overhaul.
Here’s a video demo: The new features aren’t the only change Google is making to Photos and Google Photos on Android.
Google is also launching a new, separate photo app called Photos with its new Android 8.0 Oreo update.
This is the first new app in years to get Android Oreo, though it will be available for both devices running Android 8 and older versions of Android.
The app is meant to provide a more consistent experience across all Android devices, including the Pixel and Pixel XL, and will support all major Android operating systems.
Google will be making a number of updates to the app over the next few weeks, and the company’s official announcement is expected in the next week or two.
Google has also announced a number new Pixel, Pixel XL and Pixel 2 phones.
There will be three Pixel 2s in the wild right now, and three Pixel phones in the near future.
It also announced two new Pixel phones with a 6-inch screen and a 5.8-inch display, and another new Pixel phone with a 5-inch and 5.5-inch displays.