Thursday, 21 May 2015

Google to launch a new Photo service by end of this month

Millions of photos are stored online at cloud services of Flickr and Facebook. But not many would prefer about Google’s own photo service nested in Google+.

That’s why Google is working to reveal a new photo tool that will allow storage and sharing the images to popular social networks such as Facebook and Twitter easily. This new photos tool is expected to be announced at the Google I/O developers conference at the end of this month in San Francisco, according to the latest report.

Last year, Google pulled out the Photos app from Google+ and offered as separate app for storage of the photos to the cloud services. Thankfully the auto-uploaded photos are kept private and not revealed to public. However, there is not much one can actually do with that Photos app.
Google Photos for Google+ faces a tough competition from Instagram and Facebook in terms of image sharing through mobile platforms.

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