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“Lock” private photos at any time, Google Photos is more secure-ezone.hk-Teaching Reviews-Apps Intelligence

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As Google’s “children” mobile phones, the Pixel series has always had many exclusive features, and the newer one has the “Locked Folder” function of Google Photos. Google announced earlier that it would “decentralize” this feature to more Android phones, so that users can conveniently place private photos in a safer location.

  • Google releases “Locked Folder” to more Android phones
  • Can allow users to put private photos into this folder
  • It is rumored that the first batch of mobile phones with this feature include Samsung and OnePlus products

The “Locked Folder” function allows Google Photos users to put photos and videos of their choice into this folder, and this folder will be protected by a password or the phone’s own bio-security system (such as fingerprint unlocking). In this way, users can save some more private photos or videos more securely. In fact, this feature is also convenient for users to avoid letting the other party “overdue” some photos that they shouldn’t see when sharing photos on their mobile phones with friends.

According to the news, Google will “decentralize” this function to more Android phones, and the first stage of lucky enough to get this function will be some products of Samsung and OnePlus.

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The ezone.hk reporter tested on Samsung A-series mobile phones and found that Google Photos already has this “Locked Folder” function, and the Chinese interface will be displayed as “Locked Folder”. Users who have been upgraded with this feature, only need to click on “Utilities” in the “Photo Library” to select the “Locked Folder”; after unlocking with a password or fingerprint, they can add their own photos to In this locked folder. Google said that this feature will be added to the iOS version of Google Photos early next year.

Just click on “Utilities” in the “Photo Library” to select the “Locked Folder”; after unlocking with a password or fingerprint, you can add your own photos to this locked folder.

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Source:Verge、ezone.hk

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