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If you switched to the new version of Google+ on a computer, or if you’re on mobile, visit the new Google+ Help Center. This page is for the previous, classic version of Google+ and may be outdated.

Changes to the Google+ Photos app for Chrome

The Google+ Photos app for Chrome will no longer work on July 21, 2015.

You can learn more about the changes below.

What's changing

The Google+ Photos app won’t work anymore

Any photos that you’ve uploaded with the app are safe and won’t be deleted. You can see the photos you previously uploaded at

You won’t be able to view photos or upload new ones with the app after July 21, 2015.

View and upload photos using instead

You can upload new photos or see the photos you previously uploaded at You won’t be able to view your photos offline at this time.

If you accidentally clicked the "Always take me to" link and you still want to use the app before July 21, 2015, you can uninstall and reinstall the app to open it.

If you’re on a Chromebook, you can also upload your photos to Google Drive with Cloud Backup.

What isn’t changing

Your photos are safe

Your photos aren't going anywhere. You can still access them online in Google Photos.

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