Google Photos For iOS Adds Offline Editing Features And Ability To Remove Photos From Shared Library
Google Photos iOS app recently got an update, allowing users to create and edit albums when they are offline. The update also allows users to remove photos from a shared library at the same time.
Those who haven’t used Google Photos yet are missing lots of amazing features over Apple’s Photos app as similar offline editing features are still not available in Apple’s iOS Photos app.
Google this year in May mentioned that there are over 500 million Google Photos users who back-up close to 1.2 billion videos and photos on daily basis.
Earlier, in the month of June, the company announced a new smart sharing feature for Google photos featuring Suggested Sharing and Shared Libraries.
Designed for both iPhone and iPad, Google Photos app allows its user to instantly share up to 1,500 photos with anyone. In addition to this, one can also backup unlimited photos and videos for free for up to 16 MG and 1080p HD.