Google Photos is surely one of the most popular Google Apps on Android. Apart from useful features like unlimited photo backups, cloud-based gallery, and Google Assistant integration, there’s a host of AI-powered features to enhance the experience. Among these is a feature that automatically suggests edits for your photos. Thus allowing you to quickly enhance them with just a tap. The feature made way to the public way back in 2018. Now it seems that Facebook is taking some inspiration on Google’s feature since it is adding the same editing suggestions on its app for Android.
According to a recent tweet from a renowned tipster of unreleased features Jane Manchun Wong. the upcoming feature will automatically suggest edits for photos that you post via the Facebook app on Android. As you see in the attached screenshot, the suggestion will appear in the bottom left corner of the image. It will allow you to quickly crop or adjust the lighting of the image before posting. As of now, there’s no word from Facebook regarding this feature availability.
Facebook for Android is working on offering auto adjustments for feed photos pic.twitter.com/DyYwu5yRo3
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) February 24, 2020
Worth noting that apart from this particular feature, Facebook is also testing a tabbed News Feed feature. It was first spotted earlier this month. The feature aims to make exploring your News Feed a more comfortable experience. It will provide options to sort all posts based on Most Recent, Most Relevant, and Already Seen. Just like the image editing feature, this feature is not live on the Facebook app yet. Apparently, it is being tested internally by developers. For now, we have no idea when these features will make to the public.