According to the Mashable, Google is working on a new social app that lets users edit photos in small groups.
Unlike Apple’s Clips, which is set to be released in April, Google’s app has a social element. Users can reportedly collaborate and create groups to share and edit photos.
If released, the app would be powered in part by Google’s artificial intelligence capabilities. For example, it would be able to identify objects in a photograph and organize them according to type.
THE NEW APP WOULD JOIN GOOGLE’S PAIR OF EXISTING SOCIAL APPS
The new app would join Google’s pair of existing social apps, Allo and Duo, which were announced last year.
It’s not clear when Google plans to release the app. Unconfirmed sources told TechCruch that one plan is to release it at the company’s annual I/O conference in May.
We’ve reached out to Google for comment and will update this post if we hear back.