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Google+ for iOS gets full-res photo backups, lets you share your location

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
November 22, 2013
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After nearly a month, Google is delivering on its promise of bringing full-size photo and video backups to Google+ on iOS. The app's version 4.6 update now lets iOS 7 users upload imagery at its original resolution as long as there's enough available cloud storage. Photographers aren't the only ones who benefit from the new software, though. It also introduces the location-sharing option from the Android release, translates posts in-line and unifies search. Socialites eager for more detail in their pictures (or their whereabouts) just need to visit the App Store for an upgrade.

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