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Google+ just rolled out a couple of sweet photo and video features.
Starting this week, Google+ will produce for users a horizontally scrollable timeline of pictures, videos, and maps called Stories. It will become available initially on the web and on Android; iOS support will come later, Google director of product management Anil Sabharwal wrote in a blog post earlier today.
And Google+ Movies unites users’ pictures and movies into a single video. It’s reminiscent of the Look Back video feature that Facebook came out with for its 10th anniversary earlier this year.
Given that Google+ already brings intelligence when it comes to showing only the best pictures with its Highlights feature, these new ways to show off user-generated content could actually be elegant.
The only hang-up for the new Google+ features? You have to upload your media to Google+.
Here’s an example of a Google+ Movie:
Google+ is a social networking website run by Google. Google+ was opened to people with an invitation on June 28, 2011 for testing. The next day, people with accounts were allowed to invite friends to the service. This was stopped with... read more »
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