According to a new report from Bloomberg, Google is very close to taking the wraps off of its new photo sharing and storage service. According to the publication’s unnamed sources, the new photo tool, which will be an entirely separate service from the Google+ Photos feature, will likely be unveiled at Google I/O 2015.
According to past rumors, the new photo service will allow users to upload photos to the cloud and share them to Facebook, Twitter, and more. Obviously since this service is coming from Google, there is potential that it will come with some of the great photo editing features found in Google+, like Auto Awesome, Highlights and Stories.
Although details beyond that are scarce, we may learn more when Google I/O takes place on May 28th and 29th.
This year’s developer conference is shaping up to be quite interesting. We may get our first look at the next version of Android, and Google may also unveil new voice action controls, more granular app permissions, and its “Designed for Families” version of the Play Store.