Google Photos is a fantastic service that gives you unlimited storage on your Android or iPhone. With this space some pictures in the shuffle can be lost. Fortunately, Google will now allow users to submit "favorite pictures" – which they will automatically put into their own standalone album.
The favor of images is built into the app's interface, so Google is clearly trying to implement a widely requested feature that honestly should have existed. The ability to publish favorite images should appear on Google Photos for iOS and Android over the next few weeks.
To favor a photo, go to Google Photos and tap the photo. Once you've opened the image preview, click on the star icon in the top right corner ̵
Now click on the back icon in the upper left corner to return to the main screen and tap the bottom of the Albums tab. Your favorite photos will be summarized in a separate album called "Favorites" and sorted chronologically.
Now you can avoid the clutter and only Keep an eye on the pictures that are really important to you. Although it's a relatively small update, it's a welcome one for anyone who uses the insane storage that Google simply gives their users away.