The latest version of the popular Google Photos app for iOS and Android can now show your favourite images, including wallpapers.
The update is available as a free download on both Google Play and the Apple App Store.
Wallpapers can be created using a variety of different photo editing software, including Photo Booth, PhotoShop, or even the new Wallpaper Maker.
The new update adds new support for the Pixel C and Pixel 2 phones.
You can now download wallpaper images directly from the Google Photos website, without needing to install any third-party apps.
You can also now edit and share images in full resolution, even in the dark.
Google also added support for more image formats.
The Wallpaper Library, which is available from the Photos app, now supports JPEG and GIF files.
Google’s new wallpaper library has also been expanded to include wallpapers for apps that support native Android and iOS.
Wallpapers for iOS apps have long been available for Google’s own Pixel, Pixel 2, and Pixel XL smartphones.
The new Wallpapers Library allows you to create wallpapers in a variety a new formats, including GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF, JPG, PNG2, JPEG, JPEG2, GIF, and JPEG2000.
You’ll need to install the Wallpaper Packages app to get the new wallpapers, and you’ll also need to set up a photo studio or photo editing app.
You’ll also be able to import images from the app into your Pixel, Nexus, and Galaxy smartphones.