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Access Google Plus Photos from Google Drive

Since the development of Google Drive, it has always focused to keep all the data and files shared by you over Google network at a single place. However, recently you must have observed that all the attachments being sent or received via Gmail are now available on Google Drive. This feature was really enhancing the experience of users, it allowed all the attachments to be categorized as their file types and be accessible from Google Drive.

Now, Google is taking Google Drive to a new level and it seems that photos which are the most important assets of our social networking activities is being taken care of. Now with the latest update of Google Drive coming up on your smartphone you will be able to see your photos uploaded on Google Plus on your Google Drive smartphone application. So, now Google Drive becomes a one-centered destination to check out the files uploaded or received by you over the network of Google.

This feature will be rolled out soon and hence you will just have to update the application on iOS and Android to see this change. You will just have to look out for the options, in the application and among them you will see something as ‘Google Photos’. This will show you all the photos uploaded by you on your Google Plus account.


Hence, from now on you can look towards Google Drive if you want to organize these images, however if you want to edit them then Google Plus will still play an important role into it. Lately, Google has been working towards to Google Drive in order to make them as competent as other Cloud Storage service providers like Dropbox. They have allowed to put a passcode to protect files available over Google Drive and if you want to know more about it, then we would suggest you to stay tuned with us and we will putting an article dedicated to this feature really soon. Let us know you opinion about this new feature on Google Drive.


Abhinav Singh

Abhinav Singh, a software engineer who is very much interested in social engineering. He is responsible to manage all the social media profiles of Gadgets To Use. He also has a hobby of tracking new apps and gadgets and to share them with our readers as well.