The Jerusalem post reported on Tuesday that Google’s new Android-based photo sharing app was going to be released later this year.
The news was first reported by TechRadar, an Israeli publication.
Google is expected to officially unveil the new app on March 15, 2017, in a keynote address to developers and consumers.
The new app is called Digital Twin, and it allows users to upload their digital photos to a shared Google photo library, which Google is then able to search for photos of interest to its search engine.
Users can then browse the collection of photos, tag them in Google’s photo database and share them with their friends.
This feature allows users who are not part of the Google Photos family of services to access photos they have tagged with a keyword or an image URL.
For more than three decades, Google has provided users with an easy and seamless way to share their digital photographs with the world.
In 2012, the company released a companion app called Pixel, which allowed users to add photos to Google+ and add them to Google Photos for offline viewing.
In addition, the Google photo-sharing service has also been used to share content with Facebook and other social networks.
Google’s own photo library includes over 10 million photos, including photos from more than 2.5 million people, according to a 2015 survey by the Pew Research Center.
The Digital Twin app was first announced in November 2016, but it wasn’t until last year that Google released its version.
The app has been available on Android since March, and is available for both the Google Play Store and Google Play Music.
The digital twin app is not available on Apple devices, which are still in beta testing.
The feature of the new Android app is to let users upload their photos to the library of over 10,000 photos on Google Photos.
Google also announced in December that it is expanding its photo-based cloud storage service Google Drive.