Following the Google+ updates last week at Google I/O that overall improved the photo experience for its users, Mountain View-based Google is now making that very updated experience for users of its Google+ Android application.
The update, which boasts 41 new features total, includes Auto Backup (stores photos as you take them), Auto Highlight (allows for the ability to browse top shots from added sets), Auto Enhance (automatically enhances images), and even something called Auto Awesome (which creates fun new versions of pictures, such as panoramas and animations, based on images already in your library).
According to Google, the only requisite in taking advantage of these features is to simply snap some shots. You can then visit the Photos section of the updated application to get going.
Other updates in the application include always-on location, improved Hangouts, and more. You can read more about the Google+ updates to their Android application on the Google Plus Project blog, or download the new app yourself over on Google Play.