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Google+ Photos enhanced with new editing features, additional storage for Backup, and more
The new features added to Google+ Photos makes the overall experience of using Google+ for sharing images so much better that Facebook, Twitter, and even Instagram should all be scared out of their minds right now. Google is about to take the power back. But what exactly has been added to Google+ for photos, anyway?
Google+ now comes with a number of new features such as Auto Enhance and Auto Awesome which make the process of making photos share-worthy as easy as possible. Other changes include an improved Auto Backup and a speedier way of finding highlights in photos so that, according to Google, it’s easy to find the right moments to share.
Read on for a better understanding of the changes to Google+ photos with the help of pictures we took during this year’s Google I/O developer conference.
Meanwhile, Highlight helps users spend less time sifting through individual photos by automatically organizing all the good stuff and taking out all the rest. When used in combination with Auto Enhance, it will easily allow users to experience first hand what is quite possibly the best photo sharing experience that has ever existed.
These interesting new software enhancements for phtos can be traced back to the Q3 2012 acquisition of the makers of Snapseed. Even then, we predicted that it would somehow play into a future where Google comes out with vastly improved photo sharing options. And now that the cat is out of the bag, all that’s left is to see how users actually react to it.
If you still want to learn more about these new photo editing and sharing features, head on to the source link below for all of the details.