Google Photos new update for iOS features Live Photos support: Google Photos for iOS rolls with new live photos support feature. With the new update iPhone and iPad users were able to backup and view live photos which comprises of sound and motion before and after a still photo is captured, it’s really a unique and reliable may interact with peoples.
On other hand Live Google Photos also features the split view multitasking which allows the customer to use the Google Photos side-by-side along with same features with other apps also. It also enable the user to view and backup photos, even it also reduce it uses the cache usage when device is out of space. The application is live on apple devices and you can install it directly from the itune store. It runs on IOS 9 and the newer iPhone and iPad devices also.
Google Photos 1.8.0 version: What’s New?
-Improved app navigation, so you can spend less time flipping -hamburger menus.
-Back up and view Live Photos.
-Reduced cache usage when your device is low on space.
-iPad Split View and iPad Pro support.
Google Photos has also made a tweet which says, Live Photos support on iOS is here! Get the update.
— Google Photos (@googlephotos) March 7, 2016
In simple words, it means now you can organize and view your photos even when they were deleted from the camera roll on your device. To see the animation on uploaded photos on Google Photos for iOS app. Do force touch (hard press) on image to see them animate.