The Google+ app for Android is getting an update today, and this time it's all about Photos.
The service will now offer seamless non-destructive editing across devices. This basically means that you can not only revert to the original photo at any time, but you can start an edit on one device and pick up right where you left off on another, syncing your changes along the way. The team has also added new filters, enhancements, and editing tools -- some of which is inspired by Snapseed, which Google owns in case you had forgotten. We are also treated to an "All" view, which very simply put will display all of your photos in one view, both on your device and in the cloud. This view also offers a scrollbar on the right that you can use to find photos from a certain date (akin to apps that sort content by letter and you can quickly shoot to a certain letter with the scrollbar.)
The update is rolling out now, so keep an eye out!