Super Useful Improvements to Google Photos

Casey Newton reporting for The Verge:

"With a user base in hyper-growth mode and Google's massive resources at its disposal, Google Photos is pressing its advantage. At the Google I/O developer conference today, the team announced useful new features for sharing photos and debuted its first physical goods: printed photo books. It also showed off plans to layer intelligence on top of your photos by turning pictures of business cards into contacts with one tap, for example, or linking your photos of landmarks and paintings to descriptions from Google's Knowledge Graph."

Google Photos is a wonderful service. (I use it alongside Apple Photos.) It's growing super fast for good reason, and these improvements, especially automatically sharing photos of my family with my wife, will lead to even greater growth.

Read on The Verge.

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