Google Photos for iOS Adds Offline Features, Ability to Edit Shared Libraries

If you’re not using Google Photos yet, you’re missing out, as the photo and video storage solution from Google does a fantastic job compared to Apple’s Photos app.

The iOS version of Google Photos today was updated to now allow users to create and edit albums when offline, while also remove photos from a shared library.

Back in June at Google I/O, the company announced new smart sharing features for Google Photos, which included Suggested Sharing and Shared Libraries, powered by machine learning.

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Back in May, Google said there were 500 million Google Photos users, backing up 1.2 billion photos and videos daily.

Google Photos free unlimited photos and videos backup (16MP and 1080P max for free tier), plus allows for users to easily rediscover and share memories with fellow users. If you’re not wary about privacy concerns with this being yet another Google product, it’s worth checking out.

Click here to download Google Photos for iOS in the App Store.