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Google+ Photos to Go Dark August 1

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Jul 21, 2015, 7:09 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Google has announced plans to shutter the Google+ Photos app and online service on August 1. Google+ Photos was a part of Google+, the search company's social network. Google+ Photos is being replaced by Google Photos, which Google launched earlier this year. Google said all Google+ Photos users' images and videos will be preserved, even if users don't port them to the new Google Photos service. Google Photos includes more features than Google+ Photos did, and offers unlimited storage for image libraries. People who've already updated to the newer Google Photos app and service don't need to take any action. Google Photos is free to download from the Play Store and iTunes App Store for Android and iOS devices, respectively.


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Jul 21, 2015, 11:28 AM

Long Live Picasa?

Seemngly Picasa's website and application will continue to work fine, and upload photos into the same place they always have...this really only affects the G+ Photos app within the G+ main app, which has now been replaced by the standalone Google Photos app, which otherwise is the same...
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