Google Photos is one of those great services that just works, which means people don't shout about it nearly enough.
It's a way to easily sync all of your photos in one place, with unlimited storage (at a set resolution) and automated curating of fun animations, videos and albums. It's simple and slick and makes it easy to find anything you've ever uploaded, even from years ago - it can even find objects if you type them into a search bar. Just try looking for 'dog'!
Now the service is getting even better with enhanced editing options. You've been able to make changes to photos for awhile in simple ways and it has now made working on multiple files easier, with the ability to move between images without losing changes or writing over the original. There are also better options for cropping, particularly if you're planning on putting the final photo in a frame.
These new features are on the desktop version of the software now.