We’ve written before about Google Photos, the app that lets you save your photos, share them with friends and manage them on the web.
But Google Photos is now making a big change to its app, which is expected to go live later this month.
This is a huge shift in how we interact with our data, especially when it comes to data privacy and security.
We can now use Google Photos to manage our photos, and share them directly with our friends, without having to keep a separate account for each photo.
Google is also making this feature available to all Google accounts, which means we won’t have to use our Google+ accounts to access the app.
This is great news for all of us.
Google Photos now also allows users to share their photos with people, like Facebook and Twitter, or upload them to Instagram, and all of this information is stored in Google’s servers, meaning it’s completely safe from the prying eyes of Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
So what exactly does this mean for you?
Google Photos allows users who’ve signed up for the service to create a “My Photos” page on their profile, which allows you to view all of the photos you’ve uploaded.
The new feature will let you upload multiple photos at once, and save the most recent ones for later.
Users can also upload photos that are private, such as a portrait of themselves, or photos that were taken by someone else, and upload the photo to a shared location.
You can also save photos for offline viewing, like on your phone, computer or tablet, so you don’t have the same data storage problem Google Photos did.
If you’re not already using Google Photos and you want to see what Google has to offer, we recommend you get started.
Google will be launching the app on the iOS and Android platforms next week, and it will be free.