Complementing its lighter-weight apps for low-cost phones, Google Gallery has launched Go-a photo organizer app that's designed for offline use and takes up as little space as possible. Still, it offers some of the same machine learning and editing features as its more advanced sibling, Google Photos.

Although it is available worldwide, Gallery Go has been introduced by Google for Nigeria and is aimed at users in developing countries where Internet access is limited. The app also weighs only 1

0 MB to simplify downloading, so it does not take up unnecessary space on phones with very little storage capacity. It also supports the use of SD cards, so you can save pictures anywhere.

As with Google Photos, Gallery Go uses AI to organize your photo collection and make it easier to find what you want. Other loaned features include automatic enhancement of your images, as well as simpler tools such as cropping, rotation, and filtering.

Gallery Go is now available on the Play Store and works on all devices running Android 8.1 Oreo or higher. Not all features are available in all countries, just like Google Photos, which do not get facial grouping everywhere.

  Gallery Go by Google Photos
  Gallery Go by Google Photos