Google has updated its photos feed to include a new section called high maintenance.
Google says this section will help users stay up to date with the latest and greatest photos and video content from the company’s apps.
“High maintenance is a new feature to Google Photos that allows you to see what’s new in the feed in a consistent manner,” the company wrote in an email to The Verge.
“The feed also shows what’s changed recently in your photos, videos, and music.
We’ll update this section as the app and content changes.” “
To get the most out of High Maintenance, make sure you keep an eye on your feeds and apps, and don’t miss a moment.
We’ll update this section as the app and content changes.”
The feature was available for preview for a few days but wasn’t fully functional until the latest update on Wednesday.
It’s not the only new feature in the new version, though.
Photos has been updated to let you swipe left to zoom in and right to zoom out on photos.
Google also added new features to the app, including a new “featured” tab that lets you choose between different photo editing features.
“We’re constantly refining our photo editing tools to bring you more ways to take your photos better,” the app says.
“Like the new features in the Photos app, these new features are designed to help you capture photos better, save them more quickly, and create great photos with the right tools.”
We’re excited to show you more of the great new features coming to Photos next week, and hope you enjoy the new improvements.
“Google is also rolling out the latest version of Android’s developer preview, version 18.04, to the Play Store and Google Play.
The new update is rolling out today for Android 5.0.1 Lollipop and later versions of Android.
Google has said that users should see the update within a couple of hours.
The company has also confirmed that a bug has been reported in the app that could cause crashes.
Users should be able to restore their apps using the Play app, and Google is working to fix the problem as soon as possible.