Google To Roll Out New Photo Service By The End Of The Month

By Prateek

Google, the search engine giant is coming up with something new. Google is reportedly said to reveal the new photo sharing platform by the end of this month.

Google To Roll Out New Photo Service By The End Of The Month

Google's developer conference i.e. Google I/O 2015 is to be held at end of the month and company is expected to reveal the new photo sharing platform with an unspecified name as of now.

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Google is working to reveal a new photo tool that will allow storage and sharing the images to popular social networks such as Facebook and Twitter easily.

Last year, Google's head for Chrome and Apps Sundar Pichai hinted that the internet giant is considering to split the Google + in three different businesses to make them work independently.

Google To Roll Out New Photo Service By The End Of The Month

Google's new photo sharing platform will be a direct competition to Instagram. Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 Billion in 2012 and decided to keep the company as an independent entity.

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Google's rivalry with Facebook is known to all. We can conclude that the new service from Google will be directly in competition with Instagram. However, the real question is how well Google's new service perform? Instagram already hold's the majority share in the market with over 300 million users and already has a big headstart.

We do not have much details about this service as yet, but we will keep you posted as soon as we hear more.

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