More than an iPhone 6 Plus 128GB, more than a MacBook Air, more than a 60-inch TV.
For a smartwatch.
"This is just about the worst "integration" they could have done. Even if this is just a first step in a broader changeover it literally does nothing helpful and just adds confusion. The ONLY thing this does is add a second way to view your photos via drive. Is that helpful? Maybe someone can explain why that's helpful since you can already do that via the Photos app.
1. If you organize your photos into folders it does not reflect those changes in Google+ Photos.
2. If you edit your photos via Photos it will not be present in the Google Drive version of the photo. (Seriously!) This likely means that Auto Awesome will not be visible on Drive photos.
3. The photo editing tools are still locked into Google+ Photos. Maybe this will be fixed later but the "no edits show up in Drive" problem is still there.
4. Your photos will still be backed up via the Google+ app. The drive app is literally just a thin wrapper over the existing Photos app that adds "put images into a folder" support. Meanwhile the folders are not useful as they don't affect the actual photos on Google+.
This is very disappointing. I'm a huge Google Photos user and I'm hoping for something much better in the future. This is going to end up like the Google Voice + Hangouts integration where it takes years and is always slightly annoying and incomplete."
Swing and a miss,
This is probably the only Android for Work review on the internet! All the pieces finally launched about a week or two ago so I signed up for Google Apps and got it running. It's a pretty neat solution for business people that are currently stuck carrying a work and personal phone.
New Play Store banner: http://i.imgur.com/cLt3C3a.png
Thanks for all the support and feedback throughout the process.
- University of BrightonMedia Facilities Store Assistant, 2014 - present
- University of BrightonResource Assistant, 2013 - 2014
- Conquest Hospital Education Centre2012 - 2013
- J SainsburyCashier, 2008 - 2009
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