Google is definitely one of the most trusted organizations and offers many services and users use its products and services without any hassle. The latest news from Google is that it is ready to launch it’s brand new online photo sharing and storage service. But it will not at all be a part of Google+ which is the organization’s social networking services.
According to a latest report, people who are familiar with the company’s game plans says that the organization will very soon unveil the photo tool at its forthcoming I/O developers’ conference in San Francisco which is going to take place in the later part of this month. This particular tool will enable users to cross post images to Twitter and Face book and these are the rivals of Google+.
Presently, this news is being treated as a rumor. But the organization’s senior vice president Sundar Pichai has stated that the company’s photos and social stream features would be counted as separate features.
At this juncture, Google offers Google+ photos tool integrated firmly with its social network and it also offers features like auto-upload and auto-enhance. But Google+ is still not as popular as its rivals so the company may be looking forward to separate the two in order to compete with the competitors like Facebook’s Instagram and Yahoo’s Flickr.