Insider May 20, 2021 | The Next Web

Google Photos is getting password-protected photos (and a lot more)

At Google I/O this week, the company revealed a bunch of new features that are about to come to Google Photos. Google noted that despite Photos’ popularity, most of the 4 trillion pictures stored to it have never even been viewed. The new features try to make the most of the photos that you wouldn’t normally look back, including the addition of a private image folder and newfangled ways of showing off your menial or redundant pictures. Password-protected photos It’s about time: Google is introducing a Locked Folder for images you’d rather hide behind a password or biometric authentication. One personal…

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