Google Photos Android app too has received slight redesign. Uers of Google Photos have just got more tools for editing their photos. The web version of Google Photos has rolled out batch of new online editing tools.
Users can now navigate between photos while staying in editing mode. And while doing this they will not lose any changes and will be able to revert to the original. The edits made will be automatically saved, and in case they want to undo a change — all that is required is just a click on “Revert to Original”.

There’s also a new aspect ratio selector to help users get an exact crop. Users can choose from Original, Square, 16:9, and 4:3.

Google Photos Android app too has received slight redesign. The app now has a bottom bar that replaces the sliding screens. This, the company claims, “makes it easy to move between the Assistant, Photos, and new Albums view.” This means users will have to spend less time flipping menus.
Collections too has been renamed to Albums, and features a new scrolling carousel on top with easy access to your shared albums, people, places, things, animations, collages, movies and device folders.
The company said that the changes will be available for iOS users too in the coming days.
Google launched the photos app in May 2015. It was originally part of Google+ social network.