An update to the Google+ Photos app on Chrome OS enables the app to automatically backup your photos to Google+ when you import them, even when the app isn't actively running. Previously you had to manually launch the Google+ Photos app to initiate an import when you connected a phone, USB drive or SDcard, but now that can all happen in the background.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 25 Jun 2013 6:23 pm
Google+ photo app makes it easy to share and manage your photo collection from your Chromebook Pixel
Google has released a very nice little utility for the Chromebook Pixel today, aptly named Google+ Photos. The application, that we first saw glimpses of in February, allows photos to be uploaded to Google+ when the user inserts an SD card into the reader slot, and provides a nicely done front...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 27 Feb 2013 3:17 am
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...
Google's latest app is a slick one, but will it be a home run? Google+ (pronounced "Google Plus") is still pretty fresh on the scene. It's barely a week old as of this writing, actually, and still in a relatively closed beta process. But it's definitely been a trial by fire. We've read about it, we've talked about it, and shoot, the app has even gotten it's first second update in the Market,...
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