Google Photos recognises your pet

Making quick dedicated videos of your pet is now easier than ever with Google Photos.

Google Photos already recognises and categories images via facial recognition of your friends and family. Now, after a recent update, Google Photos can do the same for your pets.

This service is fully functioning for images of both cats and dogs. The service can recognise specific types of animals and breeds even allowing you to search for them using emojis.

This update allows you to label your pet by name and if you have taken good and clear shots of their faces, Google Photos will be able to organise a complete album.

Google has commented saying while the service is still growing, there are still times when it struggles to distinguish between two animals of the same breed.

Google continued by stating, owners who have multiple pets of the same breed can assist the app by removing photos of misgrouped pets. This means the app will be less likely to make the same mistake again.

This feature was initially slow to roll out, however, it should be available in most countries this year. Google has since claimed by continually advancing and improving the service, Google Photos will be able to detect and determine whether a dog is wearing a hat in a photo.

The only thing you have to do now is download the app and start taking purrfect photos of your best mate.