Looking for a cross-platform app to organize and store your photo and video library? Check out the overview of the Dropbox Carousel vs Google Photos competition and choose the best app for your needs.
Dropbox Carousel is a unique photo and video sharing management program. This app allowed users to effectively store, manage and synchronize photos.
Google Photos is one of the newest services from Google, offering a way to manage and organize all of your photos on your personal computer. You can use it to edit and share your photos with family and friends, or store them for any specified time period in a special folder for easy access.
In addition to storing photos and files, it also offers tools to enhance your pictures. One of these tools is the Google Image Editor which allows you to crop, resize, edit, and improve color, contrast and brightness.
Google Photos Features:
The drag and drop interface to allow users to organize their files in a manner similar to the desktop version and synchronizes them across all supported devices. This application offers various features like renaming files, sorting them, and creating a virtual desktop. It also offers several options for managing images such as size, location, comment type, thumbnails, and zoom.
One of the major selling points of this software is that it comes with Dropbox Enterprise and a Password Manager. The Dropbox Enterprise product offers two modes: Business and Consumer. The features are basically identical to those of the consumer version, but the Business mode puts more premium on advanced security features.
Dropbox Carousel also integrates well with third party services such as Flickr, Twitter and Vimeo, and offers synchronization between devices. Lastly, the software is fast and fluid when it comes to browsing and searching for photos and videos, and is a great partner for multiple users
Like other social networking apps such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Flickr, Google Photos has its own gallery, search and tagging features. However, the one feature that sets this app apart from the rest is the option to export your pictures in either JPEG or PNG format. You can also edit and manage your pictures in the deep blue folder, which serves as the central data storage area for all your pictures on the Android device.
Google Photos allows you to upload and share your photos with others, or save them for future reference. Google Photos also features an AI-driven automatic assistant that helps manage your photos across multiple platforms and works seamlessly with Android and iOS devices.
One of the best features of Google Photos is the automatic synchronization of your pictures across all your devices. This is great if you want to take pictures on your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or attend an event and want to share them with everyone there using a device of the same brand or model.
Dropbox Carousel offers great organizing tools and intuitive controls.
But Google Photos also comes with basic editing tools and supports a much broader list of file formats.