Backing-up photos is one of the most popular uses of cloud storage services and, with that in mind, it is no surprise to see that Google has made it easy for Google+ users to share images from its new Google Drive service.
Google has integrated the two services to allow users of Google Drive, which launched yesterday after much speculation, to share photos from the cloud service to Google+ from within the social network itself.
A dedicated button has been added to the existing photo upload menu bar, which shares photos images with users’ circles with just a few clicks, as Google’s Denise Ho explains:
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