What do you like best?
As a professional photographer, Google Photos is my favorite software used to deliver content to my clients. Because almost everyone already uses Google or has a Google account, I find the process of sharing images and video with my clients to be seamless. They can easily download all their images, share with their friends and family, and all without running into hiccups that come with many other software. Also, while high-res uploading is not unlimited, it is extremely inexpensive compared to other photo storage solutions. For only $1.99/month, I can store up to 1 terabyte of high-res photos in my account.
What do you dislike?
I have one complaint about Google Photos. In an album, you cannot sort photos in a custom order. They are automatically ordered by date, regardless of the file names. I don't always want to present an album to my clients in that order. My workaround is to change the date/time of the photo before uploading to Google, but this is an extra step that I really shouldn't have to take.
Recommendations to others considering the product
If you want a simple, fast, inexpensive (or free) photo upload and storage solution, use Google Photos. It works seamlessly from person to person. Uploading and downloading couldn't be easier. Whether you're a professional photographer or just want to keep safe your photos, Google Photos is the best solution I've found in a long time.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
My delivery workflow has become much smoother and faster with Google Photos. With other photo storage software, I used to have issues delivering content to my clients. Either the interface wasn't user friendly, or the downloads would fail, and I'd end up having to walk my clients through the download process over the phone. Google Photos is much more intuitive, and since most people now use Google anyway, they are already familiar with it. My work time from upload to client download is now much quicker, thanks to Google Photos.