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December 11, 2013

Google launches Open Gallery service

Users can create online exhibitions and tours as well as publish a new website.

By CBR Staff Writer

Google has launched the new Open Gallery service, a free tool that allows artists, museums, archives and galleries to share photos and videos.

The tool allows users to create online exhibitions and tours as well as publish a new website or improve the current website using Open Gallery.

The service allows the users to upload the content in sorted format under various titles that can be searched using filter options.

Open Gallery allows the viewers to go through the content manually or use the play button to watch the slideshow, while the tool allows the user to set timing for displaying each photo.

The service also allows the users to compare any of the two files from an album, while allowing the user to zoom the images.

Viewers can also share the content from the Open Gallery to their social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

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