Even though its editing options are still limited, Google Photos' decoupling from Google+ has had a positive influence on the service and its development so far. The latest update that made its way through tackles the web interface at photos.google.com and adds a few needed features.

First is the ability to manually edit the timestamp on a photo. A new edit button shows up when you hover over the timestamp on a photo's info and lets you change the date and time the pic was taken at, in case your phone or camera wasn't appropriately set and the photo was stamped inaccurately.

Second is the option to reorder photos in an album. If you head over to your collections and open any album, a new edit button in the top right corner lets you rearrange your photos just the way you like them.

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And if you look closely at the top image of this post, you'll see a nice troll from the Photos team. The pic shows as being taken by an LG Nexus 6, but we all know LG is building the Nexus 5. Nice try, but we ain't fallin' for dat!