Google has made a public statement about their new app named Google Cultural Institute. It helps the lovers of art in India and throughout the globe discover works and artifacts from museums in over 70 nations.
Interested users can scroll through various works of art based on time period and colours. Users, who wish to see their content in virtual reality using their Cardboard headsets, have to subscribe to Google’s Arts & Culture YouTube channel.
Users can zoom in to view artworks and its details. Users can save favourites and organize them into Collections to view and share easily. The users of iOS can download this app via App Store and the users of Android can download this app via Google Play Store.
Back in the month of May, it was reported that India is the fastest growing market with strongest demand for Google apps. As per the reports, 2 million businesses around globe were using Google’s enterprise products and 4500 companies were signing up for the service every day.
Recently, Google has released their Motion Still apps, which works in tandem with iOS’ Live Photos and uses video stabilization technology to freeze the background in still images to create cinematic pans. So the users of iOS get a looping GIF image with the subject and other surrounding objects moving, while the background stands still. Internet connection is not required to use this application.