Google lets you move music between smart speakers in your home
New feature is being rolled out for use on Google Home speakers, Nest Hub video monitors and Chromecast enabled TVs. "Hey, Google, move the music."The company calls the new tool "Stream Transfer," and it's rolling out today.
Facebook has created a new tool that allows users to transfer photos straight into Google Photos . It will be available today in Ireland, and Facebook is Facebook says it’ s starting with Google Photos initially, but other services could be included in the future. Facebook is testing the tool in Ireland, and
For that, Facebook has come up with a tool that will let users transfer their pictures to Google Photos . As per the official news announcement, Steve It is worth noting that Facebook came up with this tool being a part of an open-source Data transfer project where companies like Google , Apple
Facebook is releasing a new tool today that will allow its users to transfer photos directly to Google Photos.
The tool is being released initially in Ireland, and will be available worldwide in the first half of 2020.
“For almost a decade, we’ve enabled people to download their information from Facebook,” explains Steve Satterfield, director of privacy and public policy at Facebook. “The photo transfer tool we’re starting to roll out today is based on code developed through our participation in the open-source Data Transfer Project.”
Google Maps lets you manage your public profile from the Android app
Google Maps increasingly thrives on user contributions to fill in details, but you haven't had the option to manage your public profile from the phone app you're probably using to make those contributions. That's a bit backwards, but Google is thankfully setting things right. An updated version of the Android app lets you manage your profile from a new "your profile" item in the side menu. You can make simple tweaks to your name, photo or bio, but you also get a fast track to special privacy controls in settings. Maps allows you to hide your contributions on your profile, and can opt you out of sharing your profile with the businesses you follow.
Facebook is still the biggest social media platform on the planet and, because of that, a lot of people have plenty of photos and videos stored on their accounts. Today, Facebook has announced a new transfer tool that lets users offload that media, and it works first with Google Photos .
Facebook users will soon get more control over their data, with the introduction of a tool that lets them bulk export their media, rather than having to save an A new feature allows users to transfer their Facebook photos and videos to another online service, beginning with Google Photos .
This Data Transfer Project also includes participants such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and others. Facebook says it’s starting with Google Photos initially, but other services could be included in the future. Facebook is testing the tool in Ireland, and it will refine it based on feedback from users.
This tool will be useful for Google Photos users that don’t automatically backup pictures from their phones. If you’re a Facebook and Google Photos user who does backup photos, then it’s likely that most photos posted to the social network are already backed up on Google’s service.
Twitter lets you upload iOS Live Photos as GIFs at last .
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