Google Photos is a free service that offers unlimited storage space for your photo collection. The company has also taken care to provide a variety of tools to help you organize your albums. Built-in search engine is getting better with every update and will save you valuable time in finding the pictures you need. The new Google Photos update finally allows us to tag people in the images we store and share with the service.
This has been one of the most sought-after Google Photos user enhancements since the app's separation from Google+ in 2015. The service's algorithms have always recognized the faces of the people in the photos, which is important and makes it easy to organize users' albums. The lack of a feature that allows us to manually tag and add friends to images not only gives more freedom but is also useful for correcting incorrectly placed tags.
Keep in mind that for now, the feature is available in the mobile app when Google notices that someone else has a face in the photo. In this case, there will be how you can tag your name, reports AndroidPolice. Google Photos will continue to automatically scan all the photos you upload to your account to identify the identity and number of people who have been captured in them. However, you must have enabled the “Face Grouping” feature in Google Photos.