Google+ might split in two as photos move to the forefront.
Sundar Pichai hints at further unbundling of services from Google's floundering social network.
The native image editor built into Chromebooks is hidden and weak, but Chrome OS doesn't support the powerful desktop image editing software available for Windows. Don't fear! These free tools can help you tweak your pictures.
Adobe opted to build the app for phones first, with an Android tablet version still in the works.
Photo captions and locations can now be edited after posting
People have been calling Flic the Tinder of photo apps, and that’s the perfect description: Use gestures to quickly clear out your Camera Roll and keep only the photos that matter.
Google Glass becomes more useful than creepy in professional settings. The new Light Meter app could be a boon to photographers, assuming they’ve already ponied up for Glass.
Native Windows and Mac versions arrive, but the full-featured editor is still online-only
With its high-quality filters, snappy interface, and numerous keyboard shortcuts, CameraBag can make your photos pop.
Expand your smartphone camera's capabilities with stabilizers, voice activation, advanced editing tools, and more.
It's prettier, easier to use, and it's available now to download in the Google Play store.