Google to Roll Out Meme Generator on Google+

With a view to create/started memes on its own social network rather than merely being shared to users, the search giant has started rolling out a new feature that will let Google+ users to add text to the photos they upload with no need to visit extra sites or tools.

Google through its official Google+ account announced the new feature:

Rolling out now and over the next few days… you can add text to photos by adding a photo to the sharebox and clicking the “add text” button beneath the photo. You’ve seen memes float around the web. Now make your own and share them with your circles on Google+.

Collin McMillen, the Google Software Engineer shared some test images to demonstrate how the new tool actually works. It is noticed that the new feature makes it simple for users to add ‘big’ bold text on top of the images.

He further stated that the new feature will assist users to “drop a photo into the sharebox on Google+, and then click the “Add text” button underneath the photo. Type in something funny, then share and enjoy.”

The roll out of the new features has already begun, so you can expect to have this new feature in on your Google+ account in coming few days.

Now we have to see whether the new feature will be good enough to expel out the sites like Quickmeme out of the web world or not. What we feel it such sites will remain alive for a number of reasons but Google is trying hard to make its new feature a success so that users will be able to create and share meme images within its social network.

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