Google has rolled out a new tool that lets users easily remove the ugly image files associated with Google Images, a popular photo-sharing website.
Key points:Users can click the ‘Delete’ button to remove any unwanted images or images that were downloaded from the web or an app, Google said”Our goal is to keep Google Photos free of annoying, nasty, or potentially harmful images.
We’re also working on a tool that will remove the files that have been downloaded to your device from Google’s servers, or from third parties, and the software will automatically delete any other file types that are associated with those files.”
A Google spokesperson said it was currently working to fix the issue, and it would not be releasing details about the tool.
“Our focus is on making sure Google Photos is always available to everyone.
We apologize for any inconvenience,” the spokesperson said.”
However, we are working to address this issue and we will share more details when we can.”
Google has recently been accused of unfairly exploiting the Google Play Store and removing popular apps and games without giving a reason.
The search giant is facing criticism from users who complain about the issue and other developers who say they are not receiving their promised payments for the download of apps from the Google Store.
Users who use Google’s desktop browser and a desktop browser with a free subscription can download apps directly from the Play Store or the Google app store, rather than downloading the Google images.
This is a problem because many of the files uploaded to the Play store are malicious or potentially malicious, and may contain malicious software.
“I was on the hunt for a photo app and all I could find were Google Photos files.
I deleted them and installed the Google Photos software, and I have not seen a single new image file since,” one Google user wrote on the popular image-sharing site Reddit.”
Theres a good chance I could have missed it if I just installed the app and ran through all of the options,” another user wrote.”
Now my google photos is just empty.
I wonder if Google is removing unwanted images from google, too.”
Other users also expressed frustration at the problem.
“You need to take the responsibility to remove the unwanted files from your Google Photos account,” another wrote.