Google May Announce Its New Photo Sharing App During I/O 2015

The new service lets users to share photos via social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.

 

As a new way to fight off its competitors, Google is expected to unveil a new online photo-sharing service during the I/O developers' conference later this month.

The new service by Google will reportedly allow users to post images to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

To recall, we have been hearing lately about Google+ being split into Photos and Streams and making the Google+ Photos a separate standalone app to share photos competing with Flickr and the rest.

[Also Read: Google+ Photos Can Now Be Found In Google Drive]

However, apart from the new standalone photo service by Google, the company is also expected to unveil some new features like Android for Work, Android M and new voice commands to access Android devices.

Also, Google is expected to make announcements around Chromecast as well.

Coming back to the new online photo sharing service by Google, it is like to be not a part of Google+ network and the new service will be allowing users to post images to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.


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