A new Chrome app is in the works, and developer François Beaufort has let the cat out of the bag and shown the world a quick peek at Google+ Photos.
Nicknamed "Pulsar" the app is powered by Native Client technology and is gives you the ability to upload and share photos from Google Chrome. For now, Beaufort warns the app is broken (we can't get it to open on our Chromebook Pixel running the latest Chrome stable build, but it does install), but he's shared a few pictures showing a good bit of the UI.
Two of the features are mentioned specifically are automatic selection of the best shots and automatic import when inserting a memory card or plugging in a camera. It's a great example of what a full Chrome app might look like, and lets us know Google still has plans for ChromeOS.
If you're interested in checking out the source, you'll find it at the link below. Be sure to jump through the break to see the screenshots.