Photo highlights

At the Google I/O keynote in San Francisco, Google VP Vic Gundotra demonstrated a ton of new features for the company's social network, Google+. Among these is a bevy of photographic capabilities, chiefly Google Photo Highlights. If you've ever uploaded a massive cache of photos to a social network and had to sort through to pick out the best ones, you may appreciate this.

Google's algorithms can cut down a large group of imperfect images and pick out the best-looking ones, reducing potentially thousands of image to a smaller collection of only the very best.

We're still covering the event live from Moscone West, so stay tuned for continuing coverage.

 

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New Google+ picks out your best photos

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I can't seem to find my answer... Are we going to get an update to the Google+ app on our phones? I'm hoping so, to remove the Messenger feature and integrate it with the new Hangouts...