Google has just announced a new heap application for Android and iOS.
The new heap is better at keeping your data in sync and also has better performance.
The heap application makes use of the same API that Google provides for Android’s System Image cache, which lets you keep an image in memory while it is being downloaded and uploaded.
That’s great if you’re trying to download and run a photo that you need to share to a friend or someone else.
The app also uses the same APIs that you’d use to store images in Google Photos.
The new heap also uses Google’s ImageNet API for better compression and more efficient compression.
In other words, the new heap can handle images that are smaller than 8 megabytes, which is more than enough for most images.
The program has a performance hit, though, so if you are downloading a photo and then uploading it to a Google Drive, the heap app may be slow to download.
However, if you can get an image that you want to share quickly, it should be fast enough to keep the photo up to date.
Google says the heap application works for both Android and Windows.
It supports the Windows 10 Mobile operating system, which means the application should work on all Windows 10 devices, including Surface devices, Chromebooks, and the Surface Book.