Google+ Now Supports Full Resolution Photo UploadsSocial media sites have been a great place to put pictures for your friends and family to see, but they've traditionally not offered much in terms of resolution. There's been a hard limit that keeps your photos from being seen in their full glory. Thanks to the efforts of a photographer that showed how it could be done, Google+ is finally allowing for full resolution photo uploads. All you need to do is go to your account settings and select "Upload photos at full size."
Of course, Google isn't going to give you all the storage you want for free. If you're going to be using more than 50GB worth of space you'll have to pay for it. Pricing is $2.50 a month for 25GB and $5 a month for 100GB. You can get a max of 16TB if you so desire.
The move is a nice improvement to social media and we can only hope that Facebook takes the cue and allows for full resolution photos as well.