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Google introduced three new photo apps. Check them out!

Google introduced three new photo apps. Check them out!

New Delhi: Giant firm Google is constantly simplifying new technologies for its users and has now come up with three new experimental photo apps for Android and iOS to beat the existing photo apps, an effort to test and enhance the technologies such as object recognition, person segmentation, stylization algorithms, efficient image encoding and decoding technologies.

These three apps are a part of Google’s photography appsperiments inspired by the Motion Stills app named as – Storyboard, Selfissimo and Scrubbies.

Google has officially declared it on its blog which read as: “Today, we’re launching the first installment of a series of photography appsperiments: usable and useful mobile photography experiences built on experimental technology. Our “appsperimental” approach was inspired in part by Motion Stills, an app developed by researchers at Google that converts short videos into cinemagraphs and time lapses using experimental stabilization and rendering technologies.”

So what are these new apps introduced by Google, let’s have a look.

Storyboard (Android-only):

This app is currently available only on Android device and it enables the users of the app to transform a video into single-page comic layouts.
This app automatically selects the best interesting frames of the video once uploaded on Storyboard. It then lays out the video with applied visual styles.

Selfissimo! (iOS, Android):

This is an automated selfie photographer app which shoots amazing “stylish” black and white photo every time you pose for a selfie. The clever shot is taken as soon as you pose and stop moving.

Scrubbies (iOS-only):

Now, this is an interesting app which allows its users to produce desired video loops which can highlight actions, capture funny faces, and replay those moments you want. Unlike Instagram’s Boomerang, this allows its users to remix the video. It seamlessly plays with one finger while scrubbing with two fingers captures the playback so you can save or share it respectively, reports DNA.