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Chromecast-enabled Google Photos now out for Android devices

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Google has rolled out the latest version of its Photos app for Android devices, and it comes with all the new features the company announced during its Nexus event. The app is now Chromecast-enabled like the company promised, giving you the power to view photos and videos on your TV. Several users can also start uploading and subscribing to one album,and you can share animations directly from Photos to WhatsApp. If you're in the US, you'll be able to label people in photos, so you can easily find them later, and then merge that label with different search terms such as locations. In addition, you can adjust the speed of any slow-motion videos you shoot with the Nexus 5X or 6P in-app -- if and when you do get either phone, that is. The updated app is now available for download from Google Play, while the iOS and web versions will be refreshed at some point in the future.

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