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Google’s decision to kill the Photovine app means your photos posted there could soon disappear forever. But, it doesn’t have to be. According to an email sent out to Photovine customers, there is a simple way to download those photos from a web browser before it’s too late.
Yesterday’s announcement that Google is shuttering its just-released Photovine service is perhaps the craziest move we’ve seen by a tech company recently. What does this tell us about Google+'s long-term survival?
Wow, that was quick. Just days after Google released the Photovine app for public use, the company has decided to kill it along with a few of its other iOS properties. This news comes from TechCrunch, which recently broke the story.
In another effort to become more "social," Google has just launched, to the American public, a new photo sharing service for the iPhone. It's called Photovine and from what we're seeing, it has quite some potential.
Google looks like it will soon get into the photo-sharing business. Just days after the tech giant released its Google+ social networking service, they are poised to release another new product called Photovine, in news first reported by Gizmodo.