The Google Photos App for Android has seen some new features added to the app over the past few months, including a black photo feature for photos, as well as support for other photo editing apps like Photoshop.
The app was updated on Wednesday with the new black photo option, which will allow users to save their photos as black and white photos.
The feature will only work for photos in the app, and there’s no way to share the photos.
Users will also be able to add images to the list of favorites, though the option to share them is only available for black photos.
Users can add up to 20 black and color photos to their photo library, and if they choose to add more, the photo can be automatically cropped, rotated, and scaled.
There are some limitations to the new feature, though: users can only save their images to one folder per app, which is somewhat limited when you consider the photos that can be saved in multiple apps.
Users can also share the photo in their own social networks, but it appears that the new photo feature will not be available for people on the Google+ social network.
As with the black photo features, the feature works in the background, and you can’t remove the photo from the photos list, but the feature can be turned off.
Google is also adding support for the new Photo Editor app on Android, which allows users to upload and edit photos from the Photos app.
Users currently have to create their own photos from scratch and then upload them.
The new Photo editor app is available in the Google Play Store for $0.99.