Google is shutting down the old, Google+ Photos on August 1 in favour of the new Google Photos which was launched back in May this year. Google+ Photos will stop functioning on Android devices first and then later for iOS and web as well.
In an effort to ensure everyone has the best photos experience we can deliver, on August 1st we’ll start to shut down Google+ Photos — initially on Android, and soon thereafter on the Web and iOS.
If you have Google+ Photos installed on your Android device, it is the best time to move to Google Photos. Google Photos are the new version of Google+ Photos. It is just better and easy to manage. By switching, all your photos will remain same as they are.
Google Photos lets you backup unlimited amount of photos and videos online. So you never have to worry about the storage anymore. All you have to do is to turn the auto backup feature on in any of your supported device. You can easily create albums and arrange them the way you want. You can place several copies of a single photo in multiple albums.
Google Photos automatically manages your photos and it also creates stories from a series of photos. For example you went to some place and took 100 photos there, It will make a story out of those photos and you will be able to share your story with anyone you want. Google Photos lets you add multiple affects to the photos as well.
You can download Google Photos for Windows, Android and iOS. You can browse all your photos on photos.google.com.