Google has finally launched the new Photos feature on its Android phones and tablets.
The feature, which is not yet available on the desktop version of Android, will allow users to take photos with their phone’s camera.
But the feature won’t be available to the majority of users, since Google is still testing the feature.
To see the full list of available features on Android, click here.
The Photos feature works as follows: Google has added a button at the bottom of the phone’s screen that lets you set a date to take a photo with the camera, as well as add a few other options.
These include a timer and a “selfie” setting.
If you press the button when you have your phone ready to take the photo, the phone will send a notification to the device asking for the photo.
It will take the camera’s image, crop it, and then send it to Google.
(Google does not say whether it’s using the phone to send the image to Google or to a third party.
Google says that the photo is sent to the “cloud” so that it can be retrieved later, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the image has been uploaded to Google’s servers.)
Google also has a new way to use the feature: when you take a picture, it’ll show the Google Maps app in the notification.
You can then click on the “Google Maps” icon in the top-right corner to add a route and view your location, and you can also take a screenshot.
Google is also making it easier to take pictures from your phone’s rear camera, which it will use for “instant messaging.”
You can also zoom in on a picture by holding down the screen on the front of your phone for a few seconds and then releasing it.
The screen will adjust to match your phone size.
The new camera features are also useful if you need to take quick snapshots, since the camera will show the camera settings that you set.
The photo grid is a new feature that lets users create a grid of photos that you can then download to your phone.
You’ll find a “scatter” option at the top of the grid, which lets you select the number of photos to add to the grid.
You will be able to add as many photos as you want.
The “picture preview” option lets you change the size and orientation of the images, so you can take a snapshot of an old photo and a new one, or take a full-resolution photo and zoom in.
When you take the photos, the photo grid will automatically display the new photos in the grid as well.
Google has also added a “favorites” feature to the camera grid.
By hovering your cursor over any photo, you can select it from the list of favorites.
You also can “lock” photos you’ve taken by pressing the “lock camera” button.
When a photo is locked, you won’t have to go into Settings > Photos to access it, but you’ll have to swipe to access your photos in other places.
If the phone is in airplane mode, it will take a few minutes for the photos to load.
When the photos are loaded, the app will show up in the bottom-right hand corner of your screen.
In addition, you’ll be able view the camera images on the Google search app, as if they were on your phone or your PC.
(The camera will only show the current location of the device when in airplane, so that you won�t be surprised to find that you are at your destination.)
Google says that this is an experimental feature and that it is “not yet ready for production.”
The company also says that it will be rolling out more features in the coming months.