Samsung U28E590D 28-Inch 4K Monitor
Whispers of the Google splitting the popular Photos feature from Google+ have been around for a while, and this change appears to be the first step to the separation. Although at this point, there is no evidence of features like Auto Awesome migrating from the Google+ app. Instead, it simply appears that Drive will take over the management of user photo and video.
Next, and perhaps most notably, it appears that the Google Drive on Android is gearing up to finally support Chromecast streaming. With version 2.2 of the Drive app, there’s a new convenience library called CastCompanionLibrary, which supplies most of the hard parts in adding Cast support to an app. This includes things like a full-size player screen and support for captions.
It’s unclear when Google plans to add these features to the Drive app on Android, but these under-the-hood changes provide solid enough evidence to lead many to believe that they are definitely coming.