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Google to roll out a photo sharing app, or separate it from Google Plus

There are an ample of photo-sharing apps available in the market, including the likes of Instagram and Snapchat. Google has seen the surge of interest among people about the photo sharing apps and it has readied itself to launch a new photo sharing app in the market.google-plus

According to the rumors, Google plans to flip out its Google+ Photo service into a stand-alone app in order to give a stiff competition to its rival companies such as Facebook’s owned Instagram. Bloomberg unraveled the report, which noted that people already have knowledge of this matter. It is also said that the users will not have to be a member of Google+ in order to avail the services of this photo sharing app.

The photo sharing component of Google+ is expected to be set free for attracting the attention of multiple users. The service with Google+ is known by the name “Google+ Photos” and it would have a makeover before the release of the new stand-alone app.

This is not exactly the first time that Google has wrecked the services of Google+ and made them stand alone. For example, the Google Hangouts video chat feature has been taken away from the course of Google+. Hence, the people who need to start a hangout, do not need to necessarily sign up on Google+.

Google gave a statement to Bloomberg, which said “Over here in our darkroom, we’re always developing new ways for people to snap, share and say cheese.”

Pictures are an ultimate source with Google to attract users through to its Google+ website. A substantial number of new features have now been embedded in Google+ and it has taken the worth of this social media to a great height.

We just hope that Google does not lack conviction on this idea and roll out this anticipated photo sharing service in the market soon.

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Writer and editor of The Next Digit Media, he takes care of iOS, Apple, Mac and other gadgets. He worked at Apple Inc, before joining to TND Media. He was graduated in Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication Degree from Cambridge University. All posts by David

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