Photos is an essential tool for any user.
Not only do you need it to organize your photos and make your images look nice, but it also lets you share them with friends.
Now, Google has released a new photo album in the Play Store.
If you don’t already have one, head over to the Photos app on your device and you’ll see a bunch of new options in the menu.
You can now select from a variety of photos and video files, including 1080p and 720p video.
These are the ones that are most likely to be downloaded to your device.
You’ll also be able to upload photos to Google Photos for sharing on social networks.
The new album is named Photos.
There are no plans to make the Photos.com version available for download, though.
The Photos app is also updated with new options.
There’s a new “edit” mode, which lets you edit a photo and then save it as an image.
The camera has been added to the camera settings menu, which you can use to quickly set a shutter speed, aperture, and exposure.
And, for the first time, the app lets you change the “focal length” setting.
The focal length is the distance between the lens of the camera and the subject.
In a nutshell, a shorter focal length means you can shoot more photos, and a longer focal length lets you shoot fewer photos.
This is handy when you’re shooting a photo that will be shared on Facebook, or you want to shoot an image that’s longer than the size of the screen.
As for how the new photos will work with Google’s own photo library, the company has not yet announced anything.
But, if you have an existing Google Photos account, you can still use the new Photos album in that app.