The latest version of Google’s Photos app brings a new feature for Android users. The update will allow you to set a random, changing set of photos saved in your gallery as your wallpaper.
Once your Android device has updated the Google Photos app to version 5.22, just go to the wallpaper selector and look at the live wallpapers. There, a new option called ”Memories” will appear. Once that is selected, the Photos app will create a changing wallpaper made out of your randomly picked photos from your gallery. This will then be displayed as a preview before you confirm the change.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to pick which photos to roll in your background. Google says it uses its machine learning algorithms to decide which photo is a memory, so it will be interesting to see if the AI will get things right.
Google is getting ready for another major change for its Photos App, starting June 1st, 2021, it will limit the free photo storage to 15 GB.
Most recently Google came up with a monthly subscription service for its customers, called Google One.