Google has this week introduced a new app for Chrome Pixel notebook owners which is being created to make it easy to back Rows and share your Google+ photographs.
The new Chrome Pixel application was announced by Googler AJ Asver over on Google+ who explained that when you plug an SD card into your Pixel, the app will back up your new photos to Google+ automatically.
The newly backed up images are kept private and only available for you to view, and when you Chrome Pixel is offline you can still view your most recent photos and documents.
Once backed up the new Chrome Pixel application also enables you to share individual photos, set of photos, or an entire album in just a few seconds, by simply selecting the images you want, then clicking ‘Share.’
The new Chrome Pixel Google+ photo sharing and back app can be download now for free from the Chrome Pixel owners website.