If you’ve got tons of photographs uploaded on your Google+ account and wish you had Facebook’s facial detection feature to make life easier when it comes to tagging photographs, you’re in luck. Google has started rolling out a new feature on Google+ which will make tagging people in your photo albums a breeze. Of course, the people you tag will be notified so they can choose to approve or deny the photo tags but hey – at least it makes life much easier for you if you’re the one constantly tagging pictures of people.
One more reason to leave Facebook for Google+? Perhaps. The photo tagging update is being rolled out to Google+ users everywhere so it’s going to take awhile, be patient if you don’t have it yet. It looks like Google+ sure is growing quickly into a force to be reckoned with. How many of you use Google+ over Facebook now?
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