How Android users can set live wallpapers from Google Photos

Recently, a new update has come for Google’s own photo app, Google Photos. As a result, Android users can set live wallpapers on the home screen of their smartphones using Google Photos. By the way, using Google Photos, personalized screensavers or picture carousels could be set up on some smart devices (such as Google Nest Hub). But from now on, Google Photo users will be able to set live wallpapers on the home screen of their smartphones. As a result, there has been a stir among Android users around the matter.

As mentioned earlier, this feature can be accessed in the latest version 5.22 of Google Photos. If you do not have the latest version, you can go to the Play Store and update the app.

The image device needed for the live wallpaper feature will be selected from your personal collection and memory. Let’s find out how Android users can set live wallpapers from Google Photos.

1. First, click on the Empty space on the Home screen.

2. This will bring up the options of Home Settings, Widgets and Styles & Wallpapers in front of you.

3. Then go to Styles and Wallpapers option and select Live Wallpapers.

4. Now by selecting the ‘Memories’ option, you can set the pictures in the personal collection as a live wallpaper on the home screen.

Note that although live wallpapers can be used, this option is not customized. This means that it is not possible for anyone to choose the images as live wallpapers. Rather, the device will select the images randomly through machine learning. As a result, images will automatically appear and update on the home screen every day.