From the past couple of days we have been hearing about Google I/O and Google’s plan to announce a standalone Photo app, the App which was previously an integrated module in the Google+ App was reported to be a standalone app with Syncing and Sharing capabilities.
Now, Android Police has reported that the App will be more advance and sophisticated that we would have speculated, the app would give the users advance filtering and tagging facilities that will eventually turn out to be an added feature.
The App will be projected as a One Stop Picture Management destination that will provide management, cloud storage, image organization, enhanced search support with basic image editing and more.
The Blog also mentioned that the app will also be getting an upgraded feature as assistant that will further help the users to help organize, create photo collages, slideshow movies and more.
We are absolutely delighted by the fact that Photos App would be a standalone app in the coming of days, everyone backs up their photos to make sure that they don’t lose precious memories and what’s more reliable to back them up at Google. Google+ is not widely used app and tying up with Photos did not seemed a good idea. Well done Google!
We expect the App to be unveiled at Google I/O Keynote at 28 May i.e Tomorrow.
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With inputs from AndroidPolice.com