Google Photos app for Android
You can manage your Google+ photos, albums, and videos with the Photos app on your Android device. Before you start making changes, make sure you're signed into the right Google+ account.
- Open the Photos app.
- Open the main menu by touching the Photos icon in the top left.
- To switch to another Google+ profile or page, touch the drop-down arrow to the right of your account name.
In the main Photos menu, you will see the following sections:
Touch Google+ to view your Google+ profile. To go back to the Photos app, open the main menu and touch Photos.
Find your Auto Awesome photos and movies here. To see which effect was added to a photo, touch the thumbnail to open it, then touch the Auto Awesome icon at the bottom right of the photo.
Auto Awesomes are generated automatically when photos and videos you upload to Google+ match certain criteria. You can upload photos manuallyor use Auto Backup, which automatically uploads photos and videos from your mobile device (and they will be private unless you choose to share them).
View all videos recorded with your device's camera or saved on your Android device in this section. To play a video, touch the thumbnail > play icon.
To share or delete one or more videos, touch the check mark icon at the top then touch video thumbnails to select them. To view a video while in selection mode, touch the expand icon at the bottom right of each thumbnail, then the < back arrow at the top left to go back to your selections. Touch the share icon to share or the trash icon to delete. You can share or delete multiple videos at a time.
Photos of you
View photos you are tagged in in this section. Learn how to approve or remove tags.
View your Android device's folders, which include screenshots you've taken, photos you've downloaded, and photos and videos from other apps. You can also automatically back up your photo & video folders to Google+.
It's possible to restore photos that have been backed up to your Google+ account using the app. Learn how to restore or permanently delete photos or videos in Trash.