Google photos is a storage service where you can sync all of your photos in one place. With unlimited storage and set resolution, its quite easy to find anything you have ever uploaded, even years ago.
Now its getting even better! Google Photo users will now get a small batch of new tools. The photos team on Tuesday came up with new online editing tricks. Now you can jump between photos while remaining in editing mode, without losing the changes you made. Also if you like, can now choose a specific aspect ratio for your photos by selecting any of the four options: original, square, 16:9 and 4:3.
The updated Google photos will not only offer the previous regular options of increasing, decreasing or adjusting brightness, colour, and vignette but will also have numerous colour filters such as Mars, Ceres, Venus etc.
“You can now navigate between photos while staying in editing mode. Your edits will automatically save, and undoing them is simple -- just click Revert to Original,” said the company in a post on Google Plus.
In February, Google announced its plans to drop support for Picasa desktop app on March 15. While the data stored on Picasa web albums will be transferred to a user's Google Photos account from May 1, 2016.
Google Photos offers unlimited storage space to its users for storing, photos and videos. It was earlier a part of Google Plus and was made into a separate app last year.