By Kaitlyn S. Burchard-Lagasse / Contributing WriterIt may not be the Google+ photo sharing app you’ve been waiting for, but Google+ is not the only place you can find photos from the web.
On Tuesday, Google announced that it is launching its own photo sharing platform, Google+ Photos.
The company also confirmed that it plans to add additional photo editing tools to the app, including filters, HDR, and other editing tools.
The Google+ app, which was previously available only on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, will be available on Android and iOS platforms in the near future.
It will also include features like the ability to share photos with friends and family, the ability for users to filter photos based on their own preferences, and more.
The news comes just days after Apple introduced the redesigned Google Photos app for iOS, which Google said had been a “huge success.”
The new app also includes a redesigned look, a better interface, and a feature that allows users to create their own collections of photos.
While the new app is clearly an improvement over the old app, Google has also confirmed it will add other photo editing and editing features to the service in the future.
“Google+ Photos will be coming to Android, Mac, Windows, and iOS in the coming months,” Google said.
“This is a very exciting time for the company, and we look forward to bringing Google+ to more platforms in future.”
The news came just days before Apple announced the redesigned Photos app, a new way to share pictures with friends.
The new Photos app is now available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.