Looks like Google is final ready to official unveil the new Photos service and app at this week’s Google I/O developer conference. According to a recent report in Bloomberg, the new Photos service will be standalone and not a part of Google+.
While the service-specific details are still a mystery, Android Police has got hold the screenshots and details about the official Android application of the Photos service, which will be replacing the existing Photos app that comes bundled with Google+.
According to Android Police, the app will act as a one-stop destination for all the imaging needs of Android users, it will offer image management tools, cloud storage support, enhanced search support, automatic image organization, social-sharing, image editing and more.
In addition, the application will introduce a new Assistant feature, which is an upgraded version of the Autoawesome. Assistant will help the users in organizing their image library, creating automatic collages, photo movies, stories and more.
The Photos service, along with new app, is expected to be introduced at May 28 keynote at I/O 2015.