The name “Google” is no longer strange to internet users. Even, its fame is so widespread that there are search engines or other internet-related services and products that people cannot neglect Google. But it seems to be a paradox as Google’s performance is not as striking as other opponents in the social media field. Although Google launched a range of communication apps such as Hangouts, Google+ or the updated messaging and video-chatting apps like Allo and Duo, those products are still ranked after Skype or Facebook Messenger.
It is rumored that Google is developing a social app that will allow small-scale groups of friends to edit and manage images together. According to reports, this invention will represent Google’s reply to Path. Path used to be a very popular app in which you can catch and share your unforgettable moments ranging from photos to songs. Now, the most outstanding feature of Google’s new app will focus on the simplicity and easy-to-use.
However, Google has currently only regarded the app’s existence as an experiment. Based on some sources of information, Google will launch this app in May at Google I/O with the same method as the rollout of Allo and Duo last year. In spite of not being announced yet, it is obvious that this app will be the space for team members to manage, edit and tag shared photos. Maybe, it will be partly similar to Google Photos, Path, or Snapchat.
In overall, no one can guess whether Google’s re-attempt this time can achieve good results or not, so let’s wait until the search giant officially released this mysterious product. Keep updated with us and you will have an answer. If you have any questions, let’s know in the comment below.