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Google+ Stories show up on Google Now 

It would seem Google isn't ready to give up on Google+ just yet. A number of users have noticed that Google+ Stories have started to show up alongside their other Google Now cards. Google Stories are a collection of photos you uploaded based on time and location data. Think of it as a highlight reel of a specific event. The card on Google Now shows a photo preview, date, and how many items are in the album. The Story can be viewed or shared right from Google Now. There is no word from Google though when this'll be an official feature.  

Source: Digital Trends 


Google starts move of Google+ Photos into Drive 

The unbundling of Google+ features into other Google services continues. This time around Google is porting Google+ Photos into Google Drive. This means you get easier access to your photos right from your Drive account. A Photos menu should be showing up on your Google Drive account soon. And that will show you all the photos you have backed up on the service. It should be coming to your web, Android, or iOS versions of the app soon. 

Source: TechCrunch 


Google+ allows for selective backup of photos in local folders

If it annoys you that Google+ uploads all the random photos stored in your smartphone, Google has just fixed that problem for you. The app now lets you choose which local folders you want to backup to the cloud. You can access this feature by enabling Auto Backup in Google+ and then head to Photos app. Select the “On Device” menu in the slide-out panel and pick which folders you want to upload. It’s a server-side update so you should be getting it even if you haven’t updated your app yet. But, of course, it is best you use the newer versions.

Source: Android Police | Via: Lifehacker


Google+ lets you re-edit your edited photos

Confused? Well, it’s much simpler than the title of this entry. Google+ Photos is giving users the ability to return to the previous edits you’ve done on your photos. It also keeps the original image intact so you don’t have to worry about your image getting “destroyed.” For example, you can keep the frame choice you selected for a previously edited image and adjust brightness and contrast. You just need to open “Edits” on the Chrome editor to adjust the edits you have previously made.

According to Engadget, it currently only works on Chrome. But iOS, Android, and Chrome will be getting the new Auto Awesome Effects that stylizes your image when you upload it. Of course, you can remove this edit, too, if you don’t like it.