Android’s built-ins can’t always keep up with your photos, and the latest Google Photos app for smartphones is an exception.
This is one of the many reasons Google is rolling out an app for mobile devices that can.
Google’s Google Photos for Android for phones and tablets is a standalone app that lets you upload and share photos to your Google Photos account on your Android device.
The new app is available for Android phones running the latest version of Android and comes pre-installed with Google’s latest Photos software.
When you’re using the app, the default settings are a little strange.
It doesn’t show you any options to upload a photo from the Photos app, so you have to tap on “Add a photo to Google Photos.”
And the app won’t let you use a photo if the camera isn’t set to a higher resolution.
The best part is, there’s a shortcut that opens a “photo picker” with a variety of photo editing tools that allow you to edit your photos and videos, including crop, rotate, and rotate-to-crop.
It’s not exactly an all-in-one solution.
Google’s also limited the options that can be imported into the app to two kinds of images: photos taken with the camera’s front-facing camera and those taken with a third-party camera that has a higher megapixel count.
But if you don’t need to take a photo at all, the app lets you take photos from the camera roll and share them with friends and family members on your Google+ account.
Google says it plans to add more photos in the future, and if you’re a fan of Google+ Photos, you should give it a try.
Google Photos is a new version of Google Photos that will be available to download and install for Android and other mobile devices in the coming weeks.