Google has released a few "Go" versions of its Android apps to date, creating lightweight apps for Android Go customers with lower end hardware and slower internet connections. Now another Go app has launched.
Gallery Go is a new photo gallery app that uses machine learning to automatically organize your photos and also give you tools to enhance them, and it all works offline. What's more, Google says that Gallery Go comes in at just 10MB in size.
The new Gallery Go app will organize your photos based on the people in them and the things you take photos of, and there's no need for you to label the images manually. All of this organizing takes place on your phone without using any data. You can also use Gallery Go with an SD card to copy images from your phone.
When it comes to editing, you can use auto enhance to let Gallery Go improve your photos, and you can manually rotate, crop, and add filters as you like.
Gallery Go is available worldwide for devices running Android 8.1 Oreo or higher. Google does note, though, that some features aren't available in all countries, such as organizing photos by people.