Anyone else using it? Unlimited storage, slick UI. I like it. I use Google Drive and Hangouts for work related projects, so its convenient that Photos is accessible from the same menu. You can also upload RAW or TIFF files totally uncompressed, but it does count against your Google Drive space. The search feature is pretty impressive. http://gizmodo.com/google-photos-hands-on-so-good-im-creeped-out-1707566376 The appealing features include unlimited storage for photos and videos, some neat UI tricks that make the tons of photos easier to navigate, and, perhaps most importantly, smart image recognition technology that makes your library of photos almost endlessly searchable. Google Photos promises to turn the cacophony of images you generate daily into sortable batches of photos you can pluck meaning from. On the brains and search It’s crazy how well this works. Creepy even. We were amazed first, then suspicious. Whoa! Uhhh. Despite the limited pool, Google Photos was actually able to make quite a bit of sense out of what I shot. It correctly identified one of my best friends who I have many photos of as a unique person. Although the app does seem to think that I am a different person when I’m wearing sunglasses. Understandable, I suppose. That’s two Marios not hundreds. Like Flickr, Photos correctly categorized some of the images based on what’s in them. For example, this particular batch of photos had many photos of the sky. But where Photos really wrecks your brain is when you start searching for random things in your collection. Beers? It finds photos of beers. Bars? It finds photos of bars. Type in selfies, and it finds selfies! Google tested the algorithm on Beth's Instagram.