Google has announced a new version of its Camera Roll app for iPhone and iPad, which will let users take photos from the web, in-app and even from Google’s own Pixel camera app.
The app will be available to anyone who has an iPhone 5S or newer, and will allow users to record and share photos from Google Photos, but not from any other app.
The Google Photos app is currently available only in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
Users can also import photos from their Android devices, but they will need to add the Google Photos API key and account to the Google account on those devices.
The Google Camera Roll feature will be part of Google’s upcoming Photos for iOS release, which is expected to arrive later this month.
Google also said that it is working on a new feature for Google Photos that will allow it to import photos directly from the Photos app, without having to use Google Photos APIs.
The feature will likely be in a new app, as the company has made it clear that it wants to be the first app to support both iPhone and Android.
Google Photos for iPhone, for example, is expected in the next update to the iOS Photos app.
Google is also working on adding new photos to its Flickr app, with an expected release for iOS 10, but it is unclear if that will be included in the Google Photo Roll app.