We all can attest to the fact that Google photos has being a big hit, considering that it became a full-fledged service of its own just last year. Google photos is a spin-off from Google+, which served as a gallery and a cloud storage service at the same time. Images saved to the Google photo app can easily be edited using your devices photo editing apps, this function is also available on the website, however it came with some lags. Before now, you’d have to take some spend quite a significant amount of timing try to make your pictures save on cloud look better by editing. Google acknowledged this process as somewhat time consuming, so they have added a new feature to the Google photos, that will allow easier and faster editing of your pictures online.
“To speed things up, you can now navigate between photos while staying in editing mode. Your edits will automatically save, and undoing them is simple – just click “Revert to Original”. Also, a new aspect ratio selector lets you get an exact crop. Choose from Original, Square, 16:9, and 4:3″ – In Google’s words.
This new update is now live on photos.google.com. So feel free to check it out, and if you please give us a feedback on your experience using this new feature.