‘Photo Stacks’ rolls out for Google Photos on Android to declutter your mess

What you need to know

  • Android users are finally receiving an update for Google Photos, which brings its new “Photo Stacks” feature backed by AI to help organization our messy galleries.
  • Photo Stacks will group similar photos and videos together in a single stack if they were taken within a close time frame of one another.
  • Users will find options to disable the feature altogether alongside more to share Photo Stacks and remove pictures that don’t belong.

Google is finally bringing a photo organization feature to more users after introducing it in late 2023.


As spotted by 9to5Google, “Photo Stacks” are rolling out on Android devices in Google Photos. Once you’ve updated the app, you should notice a new splash screen stating “Similar photos are now automatically stacked” — including duplicates. Google’s support page adds content found in Stacks from photos and videos taken within a relatively short time frame.


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