Google introduces new device power recovery tools available to all Android devices including Google One with last year’s Pixel phones.
Following the Android expansion in February, Google iOS Photos users with a subscription to Google One have access to:
Image Brightness: Change position and brightness for human photos. blur: blur background on photos of a person who has not been photographed. Color Focus: Desaturate the background, while preserving the color for human photos. Smart suggestions: Easy to use one-click adjustments to suit each photo content. HDR: Increase brightness and contrast across the image. Sky: Choose from several palette and adjust color and contrast in the sky
Sky palettes include Dynamic, Vivid, Luminous, Radiant, Ember, Airy, Afterglow, and Stormy “big orders” that “find complex adjustments with one click.” They appear in the editorial editor’s “Tips” tab displayed in May, while other tools, including HDR, are under “Edit.”
Meanwhile, upgrading Blur and Color Pop now works on less detailed images. However:
You can also use blur, color focus, and color rendering suggestions on photos with depth information (e.g. those taken in portrait mode) even if you are not a Google One member.
You need to have an iOS device with at least 3 GB RAM and running iOS 14.0 or newer to view the tools. These Google One licenses in Google Photos for iOS are now being rolled out for subscribers, and are marked as such in the editor.