Google+ inducts photo-sharing app, adds 135 million users
New Delhi: Google on Thursday added a photo-sharing app to move a step ahead its rivals.
Also, it added 135 million active users to its online social network.
Google senior vice president Vic Gundotra wrote in a blog post “Today Google+ is the fastest-growing network thing ever”.
He added that “135 million (users) are active in just the stream,” and that more than 500 million have upgraded their Google accounts to potentially participate in the social network, which aims to rival Facebook.
Google was quoted saying to a news agency that it has introduced the mobile photo-sharing service Snapseed, made by Nik Software to its Google+ social network.
The mobile photo-sharing service Snapseed is mainly useful to allow a user to crop and enhance pictures before they post them on any social networks. Is available for free on Android devices, but, can be availed for $4.99 for Apple devices.
(With Agency inputs)
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