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Google Photos on iOS updated with Airplay support


We don't know what has taken so long, but Google has finally updated its Google Photos app for those of you using iOS. The new update lets you take advantage of AirPlayIf you've seen the AirPlay function on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch then you might think that it's connected in some way to AirDrop another wireless option built into iOS. However, AirPlay isn't for file sharing like AirDrop. It is in fact a wireless technology that was developed by Apple for streaming content rather than transferring files. It was originally called AirTunes due to the fact that only digital audio was supported. for the purpose of throwing photos and videos up to your big screen. This way, you don't have to crowd around a small screen to view those vacation photos you took with your DSLRDSLR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. In simple language, a DSLR is a digital camera that uses a mirror mechanism to either reflect light from a camera lens to an optical viewfinder (which is an eyepiece on the back of the camera that one looks through to see what they are taking a picture of) or let light fully pass onto the image sensor (which captures the image) by moving the mirror out of the way. Although single lens reflex cameras have been available in various shapes and forms since the 19th century with film as the recording medium, the first commercial digital SLR with an image sensor appeared in 1991. Compared to point-and-shoot and phone cameras, DSLR cameras typically use interchangeable lenses. that were uploaded to Google Photos.


Assuming it works like it does on Chromecast, you'll be able to cast a photo or video using Airplay and search for the next one on your device. That way your library's thumbnails aren't put on display.

Google's efforts to improve and update its Photos app have showed. It has pushed many updates to the app suite including an update to Google PhotoScan to remove glare, improved sharing on devices with slower connections, and the most recent update to Google Photos? UI makes it easier to see where the on-device folders are.

The update is now live on the App Store or iTunes, so go check it out!