Mountain View-based tech company, Google has launched its photograph and video sharing service back in May. Now the company has announced its update for this service with more features and improvements.
Some new feature includes the addition of Chromecast support, people labelling feature. Coming to the Chromecast support, an icon will appear on the top right corner of the app when the user is on Wi-Fi network shared by a Chromecast. This Chromecast feature will be on Android starting from today while the iOS users have to wait a bit.
In order to share the photos, users need to tap on the icon and select the photos that need to be broadcasted in the screen. Moving on to the labelling feature, it allow the users to tag the people in photos which will be helpful when finding or organizing the photos.
Also, the company has introduced shared album feature, which lets the users to share their photos privately. This feature will be updated in the coming updates.
Google Photos is a photo and video sharing and storage service by Google. Its core features were previously embedded within Google+, the company's social network. The new Google Photos includes unlimited photo and video storage, and apps for Android, iOS, and the browser