Google Photos update brings cache for videos you watch, to help save data when replaying them
Wednesday, 6 September 2017 () Most Android users look at Google Photos as a blessing. It lets them save all their photos and videos at one places, without eating up their smartphone’s memory. And now, the app has been updated to make the Android users love it even more. Google Photos has been updated to version 3.4, which allows users to replay videos, without using any additional data. Essentially, the latest Google Photos update brings a new cache feature for videos. Which means Google Photos will locally store cache data of videos you view, so that next time you play the same video, you essentially just view the cached data, and don’t end up using any additional data to watch the same videos again. And
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