Last night, my mind was officially blown. I’ve been using the Google+ Android app for a while now, and the way it auto-uploads photos is great. Last night, though, I shot some video clips of my daughter on my phone. I thought that it would auto-upload them, but I wasn’t sure.
When I got home and logged into Google+, there they were. Uploaded, processed and ready to share. It took about 15 seconds to share them — clicked “share”, selected my “friends” and “family” circles, added a sentence about the video, and shared them.
Here’s the cool thing: No cables, no uploading, no memory cards, no syncing. It just worked. Brilliant.