Well, its just this Friday on the 28th May when the Google I/O event is to kickstart and many things are surely expected. One of the major thing is the introduction to the new Android M OS and its possible features. This time we have arrived with the screenshots of what is said to be a new stand-along photo app from the search giant. Google is currently planning to separate the Photos from the Google+ platform.
The screenshots show that the images can be backed up automatically and can be retrieved by day or month. One other option includes showing up your pictures in a staggered grid similar to the one in Google+ photo albums. The Other feature includes an Assistant which can create stories, animation, movies and collages from your photos. It can also store some of the photos which would allow users to free some memory. This will be an replacement to the Auto Awesome feature which is limited to creation of movies, GIFs and collages.
Additionally this Google Photos platform will also allow users to search images based on some specific people, objects and animals. Moreover, sharing of the images will be very simpler and easier just like sharing links via SMS or other social media sharing. This will create a custom album where you can select sharing of pictures or albums with the people you want to share. We would like you to go through all the screenshots below.