Tag Archive: Photos


Free Flickr accounts will be limited to 1,000 photos and videos next year

There are also more perks coming to Flickr Pro.

For years now, Flickr has been the go-to destination for people that want to share their photography skills with like-minded individuals. Today, the company announced a few big changes in an effort to make sure Flickr is around to thrive for many more years to come.

The biggest announcement is that people that use Flickr for free will be limited to just 1,000 photos and videos starting on  [Read More…]

UMIDIGI Uwatch real-life photos show the smartwatch in action (Promoted)

So far UMIDIGI has been known for making smartphones, but now the Chinese company is looking to enter a new product category – smartwatches.

UMIDIGI getting ready to launch the Uwatch, a wearable featuring a 1.33-inch circular display and a watchband in three different stunning colors.

According to the company’s own website, the Uwatch is expected to boast a full metal unibody and a 2.5D curved tempered glass screen with great viewing angles.

The Uwatch is bound to be an  [Read More…]

Ten tips and tricks for Google Photos

Google Photos is far and away one of Google’s best services. It’s easily the top choice for many Android users when it comes to saving and keeping track of all of the pictures they’re snapping with their smartphones.

But there’s more to Google Photos than being a gallery and backup tool. The app features tons of features, some of which are more obvious than others, and you definitely need to give them a try.

In this article, we’ve put together  [Read More…]

Here are our first photos taken with the Google Pixel 3

Start to see what this camera is capable of.

Leading the smartphone camera race for a year with the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, Google had a tough act to follow. The Pixel 3 and 3 XL focus on new software-based features and utilizing the Pixel Visual Core to take better photos than the last generation, but also significantly upgrade the front-facing camera setup for selfie shots. As I work through my full review process, I wanted  [Read More…]

Google Pixel 3 XL and its retail packaging appear in more leaked photos

We’ve seen an awful lot of the Google Pixel 3 XL in recent months, but let’s be honest: Do you ever get tired of seeing new flagship smartphones before they’re announced? Yeah, us neither.

The Google Pixel 3 XL has appeared in several new leaks today, including unboxing photos and some hands-on images. The Pixel 3 XL won’t be announced until next week, but some people already have their hands on Google’s next flagship and have even given it the  [Read More…]

Samsung’s Android Go phone revealed in numerous hands-on photos

Spoiler alert — there’s no stock Android.

We’re expecting Samsung to launch its first Android Go phone at some point this year, and leading up to its official unveiling, SamMobile‘s provided us with numerous hands-on photos that showcase the device from a few different angles.

It was previously rumored that Samsung’s Android Go phone (currently rumored to be the Galaxy J2 Core) would ship with a stock build of Android, but as we can see from  [Read More…]

Hands-on photos show ‘Project V’ — a foldable Samsung phone that never was

It’s widely expected that 2019 will be the year Samsung finally launches the Galaxy X — its long-awaited foldable/bendable smartphone. Patents from years past have indicated Samsung’s been toying around with the idea of a foldable phone for some time, and thanks to a user on Twitter, we now have an idea of what one of those prototypes looked like.

Referred to as “Project V”, the above phone was being developed by Samsung between 2015 and 2016 as  [Read More…]

How to use Google Lens in Google Photos

Get more information about the photos you take. Hopefully.

Google Lens is the search giant’s new method for recognizing content in your photos, and making information available to you. This includes offering language translations, bring up reviews and menus for restaurants, and giving background information on monuments and landmarks. At launch, Google Lens was only available for the Pixel phones, but this has since expanded to any phone with Google Photos.

Here’s how to use Google Lens  [Read More…]

Google Photos is being updated with Favorite and Like buttons

The ⭐️ is launching this week while the ❤️ is “coming soon.”

Google Photos is a constantly evolving beast, and this week, it’s being updated with a new feature that’ll allow you to favorite photos you take.

When looking at a picture you’ve captured, you’ll soon be able to tap a new ⭐️ icon that’ll mark it as a favorite. As you keep tapping that little icon, these photos will automatically populate a new Favorites album that  [Read More…]

How to reclaim phone storage with Google Photos’ Free Up Space feature

Google Photos has a great way to get back some of your phone’s storage!

The best feature of Google Photos is the hassle free backups: all your photos and videos are automatically up to the cloud, so you won’t lose your favorite memories. If you’re moving to a new phone, all of your old photos are available just by signing in.

A side effect of this is it means your photos and videos don’t need to take  [Read More…]