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- Yes & yes, goto your Instant uploaded photos or shared photos on your G+ Profile (or, mine, since I have plenty of public photos), then, 'download full size' under 'options'. You'll get 2048x1536 picture. The originals should be larger if using today's digital camera or modern smartphones. My mobile phone takes 8MP photos, so they should be 3264x2448 pixs. FB also does the same compressing of photos (if larger than 2048x1636).
So, if you want to preserve the original dimension/size, then, use a file sharing/online storage service, i.e. Google Drive.Dec 2, 2012
- Roger on inaccessibility of G+, but my initial post was about advantages of online photo sync vs. not at all. I didn't specifically state which service was better than another. Only included examples in the parenthesis.
Your use of Twitter is another example to my point. Thank you.
BTW, have you thought about a single app to take care of your needs?
HootSuite seems to have added G+ integration, as I've noticed more and more news site pages are using it. I dismissed it last year (since it didn't have all my social networks), but now needed to look at it again.Dec 2, 2012
- "Instant Upload" much?Dec 3, 2012
- testDec 3, 2012
- Hahaha! Wow! Old news for G+.Dec 3, 2012
- Dec 4, 2012