If you're like most people, you've got a lot of digital photos. You have some saved on your smartphone, some on your tablet and more saved on your laptop.
You might think of yourself as being a photography enthusiast. Or maybe you just really enjoy taking photos of your family and friends. Which is great, except it can be hard to manage all those photos, and editing them can take forever.
However, cloud-based storage programs like Google Photos make it extremely easy to save and edit your photographs. In fact, Google Photos just released a batch of new photo-editing tools to make it easier, faster and more fun to edit your photos.
Now, you can navigate between photos while you're editing. As you edit one picture, just move over to another one, to make tweaks. You won't lose any changes.
You can quickly undo your handiwork if you're not happy with it. Just hit "Revert to Original."
Now, you can also resize your photo. You can change it into a square shape, or to a ratio of 16:9 or 4:3. (See photo above.)
Google Photos saves your images to Google Drive. If you have an Android device, you can set it up to automatically save the photos you take there.