Google is rumored to reorganize its Google+ social networking service, which could potentially result in Google separating the photos feature of Google+ into its own standalone service. The move may help Google increase photo sharing and uploading and compete with services like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Flickr.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 26 Feb 2014 5:59 pm
Shutterbugs will be delighted with today's update
It's Wednesday, and that means a slew of Google app releases and updates. We've seen Chrome get a small one, and the Google Launcher made a big splash in the Play store, but we can't not talk about the big Google+ update slowly trickling out.
If you're the type who loves taking and sharing pictures, you'll love this one. All the major changes...
Ex-Photoshop lead will now help make Google Photos better than ever
John Nack has had quite the career at Adobe, notably helping manage the Photoshop team. Recently, he has changed focus to bring the best in digital creative apps to mobile devices, and today he announced that he is moving to Google.
After nearly 14 terrific years at Adobe, it’s time for me to open a different chapter of my...
A little bit of work and a lot of Google magic lead to wonderful results
The latest version of the Google+ app brings with it another new app on your device: Photos. That's Google+ Photos to be exact, and it's an app that gives you access to all of your pictures and videos, both on-device and online, in a single place. Along with providing a system for managing your pictures, the latest...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 29 Oct 2013 4:18 pm
Auto-awesome all the things with the new Google+ application
The new Google+ app is out in the wild (ask a friend with a soon-to-be-released phone for a copy) and along with comes an all new Google Photos app. It's the one we saw earlier in the Google+ mini event, and they new layout is pretty darn slick.
The Google+ part itself seems mostly unchanged, with everything as we're used to from the...
Automatic video highlights through Google+ and new photo enhancements
At the "Morning with Google+" event today, Google VP Vic Gundotra announced a range of new photo and video features for Google's social network. Google's "computer vision" now recognizes more objects, auto photo enhancements can be dialed up or down, while Snapseed gains a new HDR scape filter. Google+'s "Auto Awesome"...
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