Google Photos is now letting users pinch to zoom in on videos or double tap to zoom in or out. The feature seems to be rolling out as a server-side switch. According to users, the app version is not a factor. However, we could use the feature only after updating to the latest version of Google Photos on Android, version 5.28.0. On double tapping, the video fills the screen. The pinch to zoom in and double tap to zoom in or out feature will make it easier for Google Photos users to look at details in a video.
The new feature onhas started rolling out for some users. The feature is available for us on the latest Google Photos v5.28.0 on . To check if it has rolled out for you, you can try updating to the latest Google Photos release and checking if it works. Users on Reddit have also spotting it.
Double tapping a video on Google Photos or pinching makes the video zoom in, taking the entire screen.
Since the feature seems to be a server-side update, it is possible thatmay be rolling it out in batches. It does not seem to be available on right now, but we recommend you update to the latest version of the app and wait for the server-side update to be available for you.
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