Google Home Hub For The Win
How many pictures do you usually take during the holidays? Well, I’m afraid to tell you this, but I think I took over 1,500 pictures from Thanksgiving to New Year’s last year. I LOVE pictures. It means the world to me to capture special moments and have those memories in photos for years to come. Okay, okay...I might be a photo collector, but I’m never going to stop taking amazing photos of my daughter and our family adventures.
And, in that lies my problem. I need an easy way to handle all of my captured memories. As a creative and content creator, I take pictures of special events, emotional milestones, and happy moments. I’ve documented our entire lives through photos over the last five years. I’ve captured long days, major moves to different states, and amazing products we love to share with our online friends. Yet, I really didn’t have a way to organize, share, and store my photo life. I was stumped on how I was going to handle all of the images I had stored on my phone and computer.
Then, I found Google Photos & Google Home Hub!
The Google Home Hub is the ANSWER to my photo prayers!
All I needed to get started was a Google account with my photos in the digital folder. Now, here’s the good thing. This system allows me to sync all of my devices with the small handheld display screen with a simple download of the Google Home app. It recognizes faces to organize photos, and that saves me so much time. I can literally go into the app, create a LIVE album, and name it. Then, when I want all of my pictures with the same people in them to show up, I simply tell Google to show me pictures from “Christmas 2017” and Google Home Hub does the rest! And for that, I say YAYYYYY! I can organize, display, and share all of my holiday pictures from last year, while taking new ones this time around; and, this definitely makes it easy to share our holiday memories with family and friends who are far away.
So, I’m saying goodbye to outdated photo albums and hello to this lovely new digital heaven. With under $200 spent on this little hidden gem, I won’t have to worry about sitting down for hours to organize all the images, wondering how to share albums with my family, or trying to find a cool way to show off my photo collection without 100 frames all over my home. Google Home Hub does this all for me, and what’s not to love about that?