Before year 's end, Apple is preparing some updates for application "Photos" on the web on the web storage service in the cloud iCloud.com. The changes would be focused on touch-sensitive interface appearance, apart from the inclusion of a couple of new features found in the desktop photo application for Mac: a sidebar and a thumbnail debugger. The new web application, which is currently being tested, is available in beta.icloud.com.
The Cupertino company is in the task of conducting a series of changes in the photo app that is in the service iCloud cloud storage. These changes, more than anything, would be focused on copying certain features of the photo application for Mac, and thus greatly improve the user experience.
The debugger thumbnail is displayed after clicking on an image to see it, which appears at the bottom of the interface, as in photos for IOS and photos to Mac, allowing you to quickly jump to another image without re to the photo thumbnail grid.
In addition, the thumbnail debugger allows you to move the thumbnails horizontally by sliding left and right on the trackpad. It is unclear when these features of web photo application will be available to all users, but we assume it will be as soon as possible (at the end of this year or early 2016).