Hacker News users have been complaining about the slow speed of Google Photos for some time.
Now, a new app is launching that can speed up the process.GFS is a new photo sharing app that works with your Google Photos account.
It’s not just for people who have access to a Google account, though, as it can be used to share photos on a variety of devices, including the LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
GFS will work with most Android phones running Lollipop or higher, and it will work on iPhones running iOS 9.1 and up.
Gfs will take photos, make edits and share them to a new device with a new set of filters.
“The photos you upload are shared to Google Photos so you can see the results, as well as the edits you make,” the developer of GFS, James Fenton, wrote in a blog post.
“It’s the easiest way to get your photos in front of people, but it’s also the best way to save space on your phone and your camera roll.”
The app will sync photos from your phone to your computer and from your computer to GFS.
“You’ll always have the exact same photo, but you’ll also have the same filters, as you always have a few new ones,” Fenton said.
If you don’t have access or time to upload a lot of photos, GFS can make a few edits to each photo, which will save space in your Google Drive account.
It’s important to note that GFS isn’t necessarily meant to replace Google Photos.
It just works with them, which is good.
Google Photos is still one of the best photo sharing apps on the market, but GFS is designed to work on your Android device.
“Google Photos is the way to go if you need a photo app that doesn’t suck or are looking for a simple yet powerful photo editing app that is simple to use,” Feston said.
“GFS makes it easy to upload and share photos to your phone.”
For users of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S5, Gfs works with a few additional filters, including black and white, sepia and sepia tones.
It also supports video, which Fenton says “is the future.”
Google Photos also comes with a ton of other cool features, like a gallery feature for photos that you take on-the-go, and a “lazy” mode that will keep your photos “saved” until you take a break.
Fenton suggested that those who need a more casual way to use Google Photos can also opt for GFS instead.
Users can also sync their photos with the Google Photos Cloud service, and the app also allows users to upload unlimited files.
For those looking for an even more minimal, free-of-charge alternative, Gresgeck has also been created.
Fenton said the Gfs app will be available for Android, iOS and the web.
It has a free trial available until May 30.