​Google is reportedly separating its photo service from its social network

​Google is reportedly separating its photo service from its social network

Love Google’s services, but not a fan of its social network? Good news: the Mountain View company may be spinning Google+’s photo features into their own product. According to Bloomberg sources, Google is hoping to attract new users by making some of its social network’s best features available to consumers who aren’t interested in Google+.

The company has already made Hangouts available sans Plus to some business customers, but wouldn’t confirm or deny if the reported photo spinoff was really happening. “Over here in our darkroom, we’re always developing new ways for people to snap, share and say cheese,” a Google spokesperson told us. Well, that’s certainly cheesy.

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