Earlier this month, we reported that the iCloud beta website has been updated with a redesigned Photos section, offering improved navigation tools similar to the native macOS Sierra Photos app. Today, the updated iCloud.com Photos app has finally been made available to all users, as pointed out by MacGeneration.
As previously noted, the new Photos section features a navigation sidebar, displaying all the albums which lest you quickly move between photo collections. When a user clicks on a specific photo, the updated Photos section shows a scrollable thumbnail view of the entire album’s contents, making it easier to navigate through large photo collections.
If you haven’t already, check out the new Photos section on iCloud.com now.
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