Google is now adding an app to its Photos app that lets you upload photos from your phone and send them to Google’s servers.
The app, called Google Photos, lets you quickly share your photos, annotate them, and add them to a calendar, calendar reminders, and more.
You can also share them with others, but the app is designed to work with just one device at a time.
If you don’t already have an account with Google, you’ll need to sign up for a Google account.
Google’s own Photos app is available on iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and other devices.
You’ll need an active Google+ account to use Google Photos.
Google Photos is an app that allows you to add images from your photos to Google Photos and share them from your Google Photos account.
This feature is currently only available on Google Photos for iOS, but we’ve heard that it’ll soon roll out to Android and Windows phones.
Google also announced that you can now export your Google photos directly to your email and webmail accounts.
The company has said that it will start releasing its new Photos app to developers on July 12.
If that happens, you can expect the first public preview of the app to roll out in the coming weeks.
Google’s Photos app has been available since 2014.
We’ll be sure to update this post with more information when it’s available.