The move has been announced for a long time, and it is only a matter of time before the changes take effect. Google wants to get more users excited about the Google One storage subscription, and will end the free subscription on June 1st Unlimited upload option for images. Since then, the 15GB limit is applicable, however, despite the many smartphone photos it should not be quickly accessible to most users.
Deadline June 1
It is important to note that Google does not count all new photos and videos uploaded against the free 15GB storage space until June 1st. But don’t worry: any previously uploaded photos and videos will not be counted towards the new upper limit.
who Google Photos Those who wish to remain loyal can use the new tool in Google Photos to more accurately manage storage space in the future and, for example, change the backup quality under Settings> Backup and Sync. In the future, Doppler will use Google AI to propose delete photos due to blurring or other factors to free up more storage. Especially large files will also be displayed as candidates for deletion. But don’t worry – Google will not delete it automatically.
Some users of Google One are also worth considering. Google currently offers six storage options with capacities up to 100GB and 30TB and monthly prices ranging from யூ 2 to 150.
Alternative ways to upload images for management are available from Microsoft, for example, Amazon, Flickr, Dropbox and Apple. However, they all have one thing in common, so they are no longer a real alternative to the free Google offer: if you are looking for a lot of storage space you have to pay – most providers offer only a few GB of storage for free Cloud.
If you already have a subscription to one of the providers mentioned, you should check what is included there. Amazon Prime customers, for example, get unlimited storage space in the cloud with Amazon photos.