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This article was published on March 30, 2015

Google+ separation begins, photos now available in Google Drive

Google+ separation begins, photos now available in Google Drive Image by: Roberto Baldwin
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Google is about to make looking through your old Google+ photos a whole lot easier.

Google+ photos will now show up in Google Drive, in a move google hopes will make using its various platforms more seamless. You’ll find a new “Google Photos” menu on Drive in Android, iOS and the Web.

From there you can manage your photos and videos just like any other Drive files. It’s a small but neat addition that should make organizing your photo library a bit easier.

The change follows Google’s announcement at the beginning of the month that it would be separating Google+ into different communications, streams and photos services.

Your photos and files, together in Drive [Google]

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