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Google launches Google Photos

Google introduces Google Photos — a new, standalone product that gives you a home for all your photos and videos, helps you organize and bring your moments to life, and lets you share and save what matters.

Google Photos gives you a single, private place to keep a lifetime of memories, and access them from any device. They’re automatically backed up and synced, so you can have peace of mind that your photos are safe, available across all your devices.

With Google Photos, you can now backup and store unlimited, high-quality photos and videos, for free. Google maintains the original resolution up to 16MP for photos, and 1080p high-definition for videos, and store compressed versions of the photos and videos in beautiful, print-quality resolution.

Google Photos is now available on Android and iOS, and it's live on desktop at it a try!
Get it in the App Store at in Google Play at

Google Plus more popular than Twitter in India : Study

A survey conducted by TCS indicates Google+ more popular among teens than twitter.
Facebook is the most preferred social networking site of teenagers, while Twitter comes a surprising third, after Google+, a 14-city survey has said. The survey was conducted in 14 cities amongst 12,365 students studying in classes 8 to 12.  Almost 90% of the students polled said they use Facebook, Google+ followed with 65% of the respondents using it. Twitter came third with 44.1%.

Interestingly, 45.5% of those polled said they use the social networking sites for completing school assignments, the survey conducted by the country's largest software exporter TCS said . When it comes to studies, online resources like Wikipedia topped with 63.1% of those polled saying they use it, followed by PDFs which were used by 50.9% and online videos with 44%.

The interviewed kids said they spend an average of one hour per day online, nearly three-fourths of them use smartphones even though nearly half of them us…

Google+ Collections Feature

Google+ Collections feature we've heard so much about in recent days now appears to be going live for some users, though Google hasn't actually released the official announcement.
Google Plus Collections a new feature from Google+  that allows users to create boards of images, videos, and other content categorized around specific interests. The feature sounds a whole lot like Google's take on a Pinterest board: it allows users to make multiple collections, fill them with images, and follow public collections that they're interested in.
Signaling the new feature is a revised share button on individual posts. The button now has a dropdown menu, which will prompt a user to share said post to a collection or create a new collection.

The feature is expected to roll out to web and Android users over the span of a day or so. Have you started collecting?
Check out the link: Google Plus Collections