Google is finally taking steps to make it easier for photographers to extract photos from photos on their phones, according to Axios.
The search giant is rolling out a new feature called Google Photos’ Photo Extractor Lite, which allows users to take high-quality photos and share them in apps like Instagram and Picasa.
Users can upload high-res images directly from the Photos app, and they can also share those photos with other users.
The feature has been around for a while, but this is the first time Google has integrated it with Photos.
The company says that the Photo Extractors feature will let users take a photo from a single photo, extract the metadata of that photo, and then share it with a variety of apps.
Google Photos has been the subject of a slew of controversies over the past few months, including a leak of private user data that revealed that the company’s servers were running a backdoor, and the company refusing to help law enforcement in their investigation into the leaks.