Disney is spending a lot of time with its customers this week, and that includes the most famous photo album in the world.
The company’s first photo-based offering for iOS, Photo Plus, is launching Wednesday.
That means the company is making a huge bet that customers will like what they see and that photo sharing will become a staple of the Apple ecosystem.
The photo-sharing app is a major departure for the Disney app, which was a photo-focused experience.
But the company also has a history of making huge bets on photo-centric experiences.
The Photos app launched with the iPhone 4 and was revamped with iOS 6, with a focus on making it easier for customers to find their favorite photos.
It has been the subject of intense criticism by some users.
But it is the latest in a long line of photo-driven apps, which include Flickr, Instagram, iPhoto, and even Apple Pay.
Photo Plus will bring together photos that people like together into a single photo.
The app’s developers said they wanted to create a photo experience that customers would like.
“With the Photo Plus app, you can instantly share photos from any of your favorite photo apps with anyone in the house,” the company said in a blog post announcing the launch.
“Photos will stay in your Photo Plus library, but we’ll also send you a personalized notification when new photos arrive, so you can see the most popular photos and share them with friends and family.”
It’s not clear how many users will actually use Photo Plus.
In fact, the app’s official website only lists “a small number of photos.”
But Disney’s first post announcing that the app was launching had more than 1.4 million likes and more than 50,000 shares.
The company also released a few videos that explain how the photo-sending app works.
The first video shows how the app works in a couple of ways: It lets you share your photos to a variety of people, and it lets you view photos that others have already shared.
The videos also give a detailed breakdown of what happens when users share photos that are in their own collections.
There is a lot to like about Photo Plus — especially if you’re a Photo Plus user.
It lets users share their own photos to anyone they like, and then let them quickly share photos to others.
That way, it’s easy to share your favorite photos to family and friends.
And if a friend is a fan of your photo collection, they can view and share those photos.
If Photo Plus were just for people who want to share photos, the first feature would be obvious: the ability to tag photos.
But it’s a big plus for people with collections of photos that include celebrities, sports stars, and other famous people.
PhotoPlus will also let you tag photos from other sources.
That could be Instagram or YouTube videos, or even photos from an event.
Photos also works with a photo filter, so users can filter out certain types of photos.
The photo-filtering option will work on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr.
The other photo filters will work with Instagram and Flickr, but not on Facebook.
But there are a couple major caveats.
First, if you share photos with the PhotoPlus app, that’s not the same as sharing them to someone else.
If someone tags you as a photo collector, for example, that photo will not appear in the app.
Photo owners can share that photo, but that person cannot share the photos to the people they tag you as their photo collector.
The person who tagged you will get the same notification.
Second, if PhotoPlus is not for you, there’s a third option.
Photo sharing is already available in other apps on iOS, but the app does not have a “photo mode” option.
That makes it hard for users to share their photo collections to other people.
That might make Photo Plus a good option for people looking for an app that lets them share photos in a variety for a variety’s sake.
And the third limitation is that the photo sharing option is not as good as the “photos are public” option that is included with the Apple Photos app.
Apple is rolling out photo sharing to Apple Pay and Apple Music in the coming weeks, and you can also expect Photo Plus to be added to other iOS apps in the future.
It’s clear that Disney is betting big on photo sharing, and if it’s going to be successful, it needs to have something that will appeal to customers.
But if you are a PhotoPlus user, it might not be the best option for you.