Google is adding a new import feature in Android that will make users’ lives much easier. The company has added a new feature that will allow users to easily import pictures from Google Photos into Android apps.
If you are unaware, Google added a new improved system-wide photo-picker with Android 13. This allowed users to import photos from different apps without requiring any additional permission.
Now, the photo picker is now getting support for cloud storage apps that will integrate apps and services like Google Photos into the photo picker.
That said, the system-wide photo picker hasn’t been adopted by all the apps. However, there’s a fair share of apps available that offer this feature.
Cloud storage integration in Android’s photo picker
Android Authority has reported that Android 14’s photo picker is getting support for the “cloud media app” option. Tapping on it, brings up the supported services and users can choose the app they want to use and import photos from. Google Photos support is given, but it appears that the feature will bring support for other services as well.
The feature, however, is not yet live. But we expect the feature will be made available in coming months.
Recently, Google has added something similar to the Files app. Google’s Files app is undergoing a significant upgrade with the testing of a Smart Search feature, aiming to simplify document retrieval on smartphones. The app will enable users to search for images and PDFs based on their content, including text and objects within them. This enhancement is expected to streamline the search experience, allowing users to locate specific documents using relevant keywords or content details. Unlike the current file name-based search, this update promises a more efficient and intuitive way to find files on your phone, aligning with Google’s ongoing efforts to improve user convenience and accessibility.
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