Google Photos will end its free unlimited storage policy for photos and videos on Tuesday, June 1 (tomorrow!). Any photos or videos you upload will count towards the 15GB of free storage that comes with every Google account. But don’t worry: photos or videos you upload before that date won’t be included in the cap, and Google has added a new free tool to help. Help you manage your storage quota.
The move announced in November is meant to encourage people to sign up for Google’s storage subscription service.. Google One plans start at $2 per month in the US for 100GB of storage and other features such as Google Store discounts.
We recommend backing up your existing photos and videos inbefore the deadline on Tuesday This is considered free and exempt from the storage limit. You can check the quality of your backups in the Photos app by going to Settings > back up and sync.
When the change goes into effect, more than 80% of current Google Photos users should be able to store content for approximately 3 years with 15GB of free space. Google will notify you in-app and via email when you’re nearing the 15GB limit. See a personalized estimate for how long your free storage lasts. This is based on how often you back up your photos and videos to your Google Account.
In May, Google added new tools to the Photos app to help you manage your backed up photos and videos. This counts toward your 15GB storage quota. It shows photos or videos you might want to delete, such as blurry photos or screenshots. or large videos to better manage the storage space you have
Google Photos Stored More Than 4 Trillion Photos in November With 28 billion new photos and videos uploaded each week. In May, Google introduced new Photos features, includingand new .
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