Many messaging applications have been developed over the years by Google and closed down on failure.
But now the company is introducing a new messaging service, but this time one of its most popular applications is shaping it - Google Photos.
Google has announced that users using this app will now be able to send images to each other in a chat message, all of which will be live within the Google Photos app or website.
As a result of this increase, users will have the opportunity to share their photos or videos with other people quickly and easily and will not have to create a share album.
This feature is also easy to use, just select an image and click on the share option and there will be a new option Send in Google Photos, clicking on it will show icons of contacts or non, phone number or You can also search by email.
This feature will also allow group chat for which people will have to select the new group and add it.
Once you have chatted with someone, you need to go back to the Sharing tab to talk to this user while you will also be able to see the photos and videos that have been shared, comments, text chat, and likes.
Google says the direct sharing option is not meant to be a substitute for priority messaging apps in the eyes of users.
Google had similar experience in the YouTube app in the form of live video sharing and messaging, but this feature was later dropped.
It was also previously introduced by Google as a storage app for the Photos app called Feature Memories, which was very similar to Instagram.
In this feature, users will be able to view old photos and videos in storage such as formats.
Thanks to all these social features, Google hopes to make more revenue-generating sources through Google Photos, one of its most popular apps.