Google Photos want to be more easy to share our daily moments, and to this end offers a new way of send photos and videos to our contacts much more social and family.
we will Now be able to send photos and videos with no loss of quality from new Google chat Photos and keep up with them a conversation as in any messaging service, all without having to exit the application.
Chat on Google Photos
The new chat Google Photos comes to improve the current albums shared. Before, for every photo shared creating a shared album with a single photo. With the new chat, you will share in an ongoing conversation.
Google Photos will allow us to chat with our contacts, give me a like to the photos and videos, and save them in our gallery. We can chat in private messages or in a group if we are sharing a photo or video with multiple people.
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Google informs you that this function is is not intended to replace chat applications that we already use. Just that offers a new way to share our memories from your own application without having to lose quality.
The Google chat Photos will arrive gradually over the next week to all over the world and on all platforms (Android, iOS, and Web).
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