Google has affirmed that it is wanting to launch its Locked Folder feature for the Photos application for all gadgets running Android 6 or more. Google declared the equivalent by means of a tweet on its authority Twitter account and furthermore dropped a little mystery which gives us a brief look into how the feature functions.
The feature will permit users to shroud touchy photographs and recordings from the fundamental library and keep them secure through a password or biometric-ensured envelope. The Locked Folder feature was first launched solely on Pixel telephones in June. Note that Google hasn’t affirmed the specific date for when the feature will deliver on other Android gadgets. The organization says that the feature will be “carrying out soon.”
To set up a Locked Folder you should visit Library > Utilities > Locked Folder in the Google Photos application. Users can then physically moved the current photographs to the organizer.
Pixel camera application permits users to save new pictures
While the Pixel camera application permits users to save new pictures and recordings straightforwardly into the organizer in the wake of being shot, it is muddled now whether this feature will likewise be accessible for other Android camera applications.
Pictures that are saved in a Locked Folder will not rear up to the cloud. Google made the declaration of the wide rollout of the Locked Folders alongside a large group of other new features that are coming to Android soon.
A portion of these other new features incorporates the capacity to utilize Android telephones as controllers for Google TV and Android TV OS gadgets, just as new Android Auto and availability features.
Google’s Locked Folder feature for the Google Photos’ app
Google’s Locked Folder feature for the Google Photos app will allow users to hide sensitive photos and videos from the main library and keep them secure via a passcode- or biometric-protected folder.
Google Photos has three storage settings: “High quality”, “Original quality” and “Express quality”. High quality includes a photo and video storage for photos up to 16 megapixels and videos up to 1080p resolution (the maximum resolutions for average smartphone users in 2015). Original quality preserves the original resolution and quality of the photos and videos.
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