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Google Gallery Go is a lightweight, offline Android photo manager

It comes with many of the features of Google Photos, but without the bulk.
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Google Photos is a great way to organize and store your photos, but it's a bit on the beefy side, taking up space and needing constant access to the cloud. So it's not ideal for people with mid-tier phones, or those who don't have a reliable data or internet connection. Enter Gallery Go, a lightweight photo gallery that boasts a lot of the features of Google Photos, and is designed to work offline.

Gallery Go will automatically organize photos by content such as people, places and documents, and includes easy-to-use editing tools such as filters, auto enhance, crop and rotate, to help pictures look their best. All of its features run directly on the phone, without using data, and it's compatible with SD cards, so pictures can be copied without fuss. Plus, it weighs in at just 10MB.

The app is predominantly aimed at Google for Nigeria, and will come pre-installed on the Itel S15 and select A55 devices from next month. That said, Gallery Go is available worldwide in the Play Store now, for devices running Android 8.1 or higher, but some features won't be available in all countries.

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