At Google I/O 2015, Google introduced their revamped photos service which offers a free, unlimited storage tier that’s good for up to 1080 pixel video and 16 MegaPixel still images. If you’re fine with compression, if not you’ll need to use paid storage to keep the original, uncompressed files where as Google Photos is like a home for all your photos and videos, searchable and organized by the people, places, and things easily. This application is designed for both iPhone and iPad.
Google Photos has been built from the ground up to ensure maximum security of your most precious images. Google Photos does not store your images locally on your device, but from the overall experience you would never know otherwise.
The application offers automatic image backup from smartphones, computers and memory cards. Once the images are uploaded they will organized and easily searchable and users will be able to easily navigate photos from yesterday, last month, or last year with a few simple swipes on the screen. The features included in this Google Photo application are Visual search, Auto backup, Save Space on your device, Editing and sharing. Currently this application Google Photo is available on Apple App store and you can download from there for free of cost.