Google+ Tries To Gain Photo Sharing Ground By Making It Easier To Move, Download, And Upload Your Pics

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Photo sharing just got a little better on Google+, as the social network has made it easier for users to move, download and upload their pictures.

Google+ engineering manager Jon Emerson wrote today that the new features came from user feedback.

Users can more easily move batches of photos between albums, use a new download option to quickly save photos and upload large sets of photos faster.

“We hope this latest set of changes makes managing your photos with Google+ easier than ever,” Emerson wrote. “We’ll keep improving Google+ Photos based on your feedback, so please keep it coming.”

A little over a month ago at Google I/O, Google+ launched a revamped and much-improved photo experience. Google+ has impressive functionality and a nice user experience for photos, but is still fighting an uphill battle against Instagram, Flickr, Facebook and others, many of whom have more users interacting with more photos.