Google Gallery Go Is A Lighter Photo Organization App Designed for Ofline Use

Google has added Gallery Go to the range of lighter apps for cheap phones, an app for photo organization that is intended for offline use and that takes up as little space as possible. Yet it has some of the same options for machine learning and editing tools as its more advanced brother or sister, Google Photos.

Although it is available worldwide, Gallery Go has been launched by Google for Nigeria and is aimed at users in developing countries where access to the internet is limited. The app also weighs only 10 MB to make it easy to download, so it doesn't take up unnecessary storage space on phones with very little to start with. It also supports the use of SD cards, so you can save images wherever you want.

Just like Google Photos, Gallery Go uses AI to organize your photo collection and facilitate the search for what you need. Other borrowed features include automatic enhancement to brighten up your photos, as well as simpler tools such as cropping, rotating, and filters.

Gallery Go is now available in the Play Store and works on any device with Android 8.1 Oreo or higher. Not all functions will be available in all countries, just like with Google Photos that do not get face grouping everywhere.

APK Download now available

We now have the Gallery Go APK available for download via APK Mirror if you need it. As promised, it is only a blacksmith of more than 10 MB.

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