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21 May 2021

Google Arts & Culture App For the culturally curious – stories from around the world

Google Arts & Culture App For the culturally curious  – stories from around the world

Is it accurate to say that you are interested about what Van Gogh's Brilliant Night resembles very close? Have you at any point visited the old Maya sanctuaries or met the rousing figures of Dark history? Would you like to find out about Japan's novel food culture or unimaginable Indian railroads? 

Google Expressions and Culture puts the fortunes, stories and information on more than 2,000 social establishments from 80 nations readily available. From the suffragettes who battled for ladies' privileges, to performing expressions at the Paris Drama, to NASA's chronicle of staggering pictures, find tales about our social legacy. It's your entryway to investigate the craftsmanship, history, individuals and miracles of our reality.


• Art Transfer – Take a photo and transform it with classic artworks

• Art Selfie – Discover portraits that look like you

• Color Palette – Find art by using the colors of your photo

• Art Projector – See how artworks look in real size

• Pocket Gallery – Wander through immersive galleries and get up close to art

• Art Camera – Explore high-definition artworks

• 360° videos – Experience culture in 360 degrees

• Virtual reality tours – Step inside world-class museums

• Street View – Tour famous sites and landmarks

• Explore by time and color – Travel through time and see the rainbow through art

• Art Recogniser – Point your device camera at artworks to learn more about them, even when offline (at select museums only)

Google Arts & Culture App For the culturally curious

More features:

• Exhibits – Take guided tours curated by experts

• Favorites – Save and group your favorite artworks into galleries to share with friends or students

• Nearby – Find museums and exhibitions near you

• Notifications – Subscribe to receive weekly highlights or favorite content updates

• Translate – Use the translate button to read about exhibits from around the world in your language


Permissions notice:

• Location: used to recommend cultural sites and events based on your current location

• Camera: used to recognise artworks and provide related information about them

• Contacts (Get Accounts): used to allow sign in with a Google Account, in order to store users' favourites and preferences

• Storage: used to allow artworks to be recognised and related information to be accessed while offline

Inshorts is a news app that selects latest and best news from multiple national and international sources and summarises them to present in a short and crisp 60 words or less format, personalized for you, in both, English or Hindi. All summarised stories contain only headlines and facts, no opinions, to help you stay informed of the current affairs. Whether it’s the latest government policies or shakeups in bollywood, we get them covered and delivered super fast! Get updated with the latest news and current affairs in a jiffy!

Here’s what people say about Inshorts!
Google - Best apps of 2015!
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Inshorts requires the following permissions. Your privacy is critical for us and the app never uses photos, videos and other media files, make calls, send messages or save and/or distribute device information.
Photos/Media Files: The app needs access to the device's storage to save the representational images, so that you have a good experience even without internet connectivity. This is also needed to send the image along with the text when you share a short.
Device Information: The app needs the Device ID to identify and solve technical issues.

What's New

Travel the globe with 3 new Pocket Gallery virtual exhibitions. Tap the camera button to get started. • Brushes with the World: The first Pocket Gallery with guided audio narration, taking you around the world through art and sound • Better Together: Explore social gatherings in art through works by Renoir, Manet, Rousseau, and more from the Getty’s collection • From Africa to Japan: Contemporary Japanese and African artworks from the Jean Pigozzi Collection

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