Google Photos hits 100 million users

22 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Google Photos Reaches a Major Milestone in Five Months.

It’s been a little easier for Google to reach that number — not only because of easy sign-up for an enormous Gmail user base, but also because the service is actually a successor of the Google+ photos service. Google launched the Photos app in May, giving users unlimited storage space (as long as they limit their photos to 16 megapixels and videos to 1080p resolution). That’s impressive when you compare it to other services like Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest that all took much longer to reach the same quantity of users. To deal with that issue, Google Photos came with great search, automatic reorganization, unlimited high quality storage, and easy sharing so people can quickly find the images they are looking for, or share it with just a link and never think about disk storage.

A spun of Google+ social network, Google Photos comes with apps on Android, iOS and on the web, and combines different features of Yahoo Flicker, Apple iCloud and Dropbox Carousel. To celebrate the milestone, Google gave few factoids about what people capture with their lenses and some tips on the official Google Blog by Google Photos’ Product Manager and Data Guru Chris Perry.

With Google Photos users have the ability to not only delete backed up videos and photos on their personal device but also remain with the option of accessing those photos and videos by way of Google Photos. Outdoor or adventure photos can be collected in a collage by selecting some photos, +button, then “Collage.” The Verge acknowledged that hitting a hundred million users in five months is not an easy feat as it took Twitter and Pinterest about five years to achieve it, and two and a half years for Instagram. Since it is a difficult user experience to move from one service to another, having a comprehensive and versatile service like this unsurprisingly hooks users.

That’s a key feature considering that, according to Google Photos, babies are at the top of the list when it comes to subjects that users search for.

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