Google Photos is the home for all your photos and videos, automatically organized and easy to share.
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Trigger when selected app installed on any device.
Trigger when new new app user registered.
Trigger when you got New Appointment.
Triggered when new booking added.
Triggers when new directory listing added.
Trigger when you got New Enquiry.
Trigger when new event created.
Trigger when new order arrived.
Trigger when new product created.
Trigger when you create new push notification.
Creates an album.
Upload new media.
Create new App User.
Create a Directory listing.
Create new Product.
Upload new Photo.
Google Photos is a cloud based photo-sharing app that allows you to store and share your images. It automatically sorts your images into categories like. selfies, panoramas, screenshots and videos. Google Photos can even recognize the faces of your family members and group them together into one album called “Favorites”. This article will go into some detail explaining how Google Photos integrates with Appy Pie and all of the benefits of this integration.
In order to better understand the integration of Google Photos and Appy Pie you must first understand what each of these services are. Google Photos is a cloud based service allowing the user to store and share their photos in the cloud. It was launched in May 2015 to replace Google+ Photos. All Android users are now able to use Google Photos as their default storage for photos. Apple users have had access to this feature for some time but it is still limited to only iPhones. In order to use Google Photos you must allow it full access to your camera which gives it unlimited access to the pictures you take. You can also choose to view your images through the web browser(1. instead of the app itself.
Appy Pie is an online platform where you can create apps right from your computer without ever needing to write a single line of code! It allows you to create apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8/10, Blackberry, Symbian and Java (ME/MIDP. Appy Pie has a wide range of features including, but not limited to. push notifications, social media integration, GPS tracking, geofencing, messaging, multi-language support and much more.(2. It is free to use for one month and $19.99 per month afterwards.
Google Photos is integrated with Appy Pie allowing users to turn their photos into apps. It can either create apps using the photos stored in Google Photos or it can pull in photos directly from your phone. Creating an app with your own photos is very easy. You simply choose which picture you would like to appear on your app’s home screen then choose which action you would like it to perform when clicked. If you want to customize the look and feel of your app you can choose from one of Appy Pie’s templates or you can select a custom design template created by one of Appy Pie’s developers.(3. For example if we wanted our app to pull in a random picture from our Google Photos account upon launching it would look something like this:
The resulting app looks like this:
If you don’t want to use any of Appy Pie’s photos or templates you can simply upload an image onto Appy Pie then add actions that will fplow when that image is tapped. For example if we wanted our app to pull in a random picture from Google Photos then we could add a photo from Google Photos as our homepage and add actions that would load that image whenever the user taps on one of our app’s images.(4. This process would look something like this:
The process to integrate Google Photos and Appy Pie may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.