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Google’s Vic Gundotra includes also a multi-column design for stream depending on the screen size and orientation considering its way across devices. Photos take center stage and fill the entire width of the stream. Google announced a series of features to improve photos including Auto Awesome – uses set of photos in your library to create an animated GIF and Auto Backup that automatically back up mobile pictures as soon as they taken specially from mobile device also known as instant upload.
At the Google I/O conference on 16th May, 2013 in San Francisco, Google announced the updates to its Google+ social networking platform of getting 41 new features including a new image-focused design with the bigger pictures and related hashtags that resembles Pinterest’s masonry-style layout and Facebook’s existing layout.