Google Photos for iOS Gets Support for Live Photos, Split View, and More

Google has consistently updates and new features for its Google Photos application to increase its user base. It’s focusing on its Android platform, but also on a mobile operating system – iOS. The company has update for Google Photos for iOS and Apple iPhone models only.

Google Photos on iOS with support for backing up and viewing Live Photos, a feature exclusive to iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. Support a Live Photos, the update also brings improved app navigation, users spend less time flipping hamburger menus.

Google Photos for iOS Gets Support for Live Photos, Split View, and More

Google Photos for iOS Gets Support for Live Photos, Split View, and More

Some of the other features included in Google Photos for iOS are reduced cache usage when the iOS device is low on space, in the case with 16GB iPhone models, Split View feature support for iPad Pro, native iPad Pro resolution support, and some performance improvements. The updated app is available to download from the App Store.

Google has update its Google Photos desktop version so users can edit images faster and with more ease. Users can now swipe between images while staying in the edit mode.The user moves away from the edit mode, the edits will be saved automatically and can be undone as well by clicking on “Revert to Original”.