Google+ get improved backup, search, and editing features to help users get more from their photos

Google made photography a major part of Google+ almost as soon as the service launched, and today the company has yet another big addition to its photo feature set. At an event in San Francisco, Google’s Vic Gundotra announced a number of new initiatives to help photographers organize, share, store, and edit all of their images. For starters, the next verison of the iOS Google+ app will automatically upload full-sized images from the iPhone — a feature that brings the app to parity with the Android app. It’ll also have improved backup sync so your photos will get uploaded even if you haven’t opened the app.

The company is also extending the “deep learning” rolled into Google+ photo search — at I/O, the company announced that you…

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