(Pictured) Google Photos’ Markup feature is now available to all Android users

Google Photos not only improves the user experience in a recent release update, but also introduces a number of sophisticated new features. But a small number of Photos users have discovered a new feature after the update that allows you to tag pictures. There were not many devices that had previously obtained the feature, so it could not be obtained by forced installation. Now, the Google Photos support community announcement indicates that the feature is positively available to all Android users.

(Pictured) Google Photos' Markup feature is now available to all Android users

To use this feature, simply click on the “Markup” icon in the lower right corner on the image’s edit page. The tool provides users with two types of brushes and can pick up a variety of different colors. For users who are used to using Google Photos for quick editing, this feature is a welcome feature. There is a separate support page with more details about using the editing tools in Photos.

(Pictured) Google Photos' Markup feature is now available to all Android users

(Pictured) Google Photos' Markup feature is now available to all Android users

In addition to these small improvements, the report also recommends that the company test the ability to manually mark faces in photos when unrecognizable. The feature was confirmed as appearing in the app’s roadmap earlier this year. Mark-up tools are currently being rolled out to users worldwide. This feature may not be immediately available to all users and may take some time because the deployment is gradually being advanced by region.

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