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Google Photos makes sharing pictures easy

The biggest search engine of the world – Google has decided to work on making it simpler to share day-to-day moments rapidly via Google Photos jut by adding a private messaging feature.

Prior to this, sharing pictures through the app was difficult. To do so, one had to make an album for a single photo and share the link.

Now, when you share one-off photos and videos, you will have the choice to add them to an ongoing, private conversation in the app.

“This gives you one place to find the moments you’ve shared with your friends and family and keep the conversation going,” Janvi Shah, Product Manager for Google Photos, wrote in a blog post on Tuesday.

According to the company, this feature is not designed to replace the chat apps users already have, but it aims to upgrade sharing memories with one’s friends and family in Google Photos.

“You can like photos or comment in the conversation, and you can easily save these photos or videos to your own gallery,” Shah said.

“This is gradually rolling out over the next week and, as always, you can share these photos with your friends and family across all platforms — Android, iOS and the web — without any loss in image quality from the photos you backed up,” she said.

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