Developer François Beaufort shared screenshots of the upcoming Google+ Photos App for Chrome on his Google+ account Wednesday morning.
Native Client technology powers the app, dubbed “Pulsar,” and it allows Chrome users to upload and share photos from within the browser. Key features, according to Beaufort, include auto-import of images upon plugging in a device and auto-selection of the best shots.
Those interested in downloading Pulsar’s zip archive can do so (here).
A screenshot gallery is below.
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