Google+ Photos is shutting down next month in favor of newer Google Photos
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Two months after it launched its brand new Google Photos service, Google is closing its predecessor, Google+ Photos. Starting August 1st, the company will begin shutting down the older service, starting first on Android, before removing support for its web and iOS versions soon after. A prompt inside the Google+ Photos Android app is already suggesting users download the newer software if they haven’t already and Google assures users that all their pictures and videos will be saved on the new cloud storage service.
It’ll be a bit of effort transferring photos to the newer service if your camera’s memory card dumped onto Google+ Photos, but it’s hard to imagine many will shed a tear for its loss. Where the older offering was bolted…