Google planning to separate photo service from Google+
Google is reportedly planning to segregate its photo service from Google+.
The Verge reports that Google is planning to make the existing Google+ photo features into an independent product that'll be accessible even to users who don't have a Google+ account.
With this, Google aims to find more users for the strongest part of Google+ without the additional baggage.
Since the exit of VP Vic Gundotra, the head of Google+, in April, the future of the company had been under speculation.
Also, it was noted that Google refrained from mentioning the product at the recent I/O developer conference.
(Posted on 02-08-2014)