Google has just released a new version of its photo app for Android that can be used with Google Photos, allowing users to upload images to Google Photos without having to use an app like Instagram or Snapchat.
The new version is the same as the one that Google released last year, and is called Android Photo Library (API) Version 1.1.1, according to Google.
Android Photo library is a new API that was introduced to Android in July 2016 and is meant to make the photos and video sharing experience easier and faster.
Google said in an FAQ that the new API version adds a lot of new features to the app, and will be used by “many apps” including Google Photos.
This is a great update, but if you don’t have access to an Android device yet, you’ll still be able to get it on the Google Play Store.
The only caveat is that it’s only available for the U.S. It’s unclear when Android Photo libraries will be available for other regions.
The API version 1.2.1 was released last week, so this version will be the first version that supports Android 5.0 Lollipop.
It comes with a number of new enhancements including a new “new” user interface, more robust editing capabilities, and a new app drawer.
In addition, the new version includes some fixes for the Camera app and the Photos app.
Google is working on fixing bugs and improving the experience, so if you’ve got a compatible Android device, you should be able find the new Android version in the Play Store in a couple of weeks.
If you have a non-Android device, there’s also an unofficial update for the Google Photos Android app for iOS, which is expected to come out on Tuesday.
The official version is called Google Photos for iOS and will add support for Instagram and Snapchat.