Apple smartphone users are now able to easily transfer photos and videos stored on iCloud to Google Photos. Apple users always complain that they can’t easily transfer pictures and videos from their phones. But now the company has introduced a special feature for users, which allows them to easily copy photos and videos saved in iCloud and transfer them to Google Photos.
According to the technology website The Verge, this new service allows users to easily transfer pictures and videos stored on their Apple smartphone’s iCloud to Google Photos. In fact, this feature has a parent line online process that only transfers a copy of its data by logging in to privacy.apple.com.
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According to media reports, Apple said the transfer process could take anywhere from 3 days to a week to complete. However, some things cannot be transferred. The company said it would not be able to transfer shared albums, smart albums, photo stream content, live photos, some metadata and media not stored in the iCloud Photo Library.
The lack of transfer of live photos can make people anxious because, by default, iPhones take live photos and Apple has not said anything explicitly at this time, and in this process the entire image cannot be added or surrounded by a photo video clip. Well, this new feature of Apple is undoubtedly expected to please users.