There’s a big update to Google Photos today. You can now share albums.
The feature allows friends and families to collaborate on photo albums. Google Photos users can subscribe to albums and receive notifications whenever an image is added to the album. You can also send out invites for collaboration, as you can with Google Docs.
Google also added the ability to label people on your albums. These labels can be customized, so you can call your friends and families by nicknames if you prefer.
You can also now finally use Chromecast to cast your photos to your TV. And you can also cast Google’s animated GIFs to your TV.
The features are launching on Android this week, and will arrive on the Web and iOS a while later.