If you use Google Photos to share your photos in the cloud, this news is nothing less than a shock to you. Because as of June 1, Google’s Photos platform allows users to store up to 15GB of free data on photo-videos. The company charges from those who use the most space. Please tell me that Google Photos is currently the best photo storage platform on the Internet. One reason is that this platform gives you the option to keep unlimited high quality videos and photos for free.
The change is due from June 1st
From June 1, Google will save high-quality images, but it will be stored in Google Accounts. This means that once you fill out the Google collection, you will need to purchase its subscription from Google One.
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Google can also help you save money in this way
Google says the company will bring a new storage management tool for Google Photo Storage users. With the help of this tool, you will be able to delete all your poor quality photos and then store 15 GB, you will be able to save on subscription money.
The new rule will not be implemented on these phones
The change does not apply to people who own a Google Pixel 5 phone or an older Pixel device.
Check how much data you have in Google Photos
All you have to do is open the Google Photos app and go to the Settings section by tapping on the profile icon in the upper right corner of the screen. Under the Account Collection section, the app shows how much storage you have used so far.
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It costs a lot to buy a Google One subscription
With a subscription to Google One, you get 100 GB of storage space at Rs 130 per month or Rs 1,300 on an annual basis. After subscribing to this service from Google, you get plenty of storage space. What’s special is that you can share this space with your family. At the same time, for a 200 GB storage space you will have to pay Rs 210 per month or Rs 2,100 per year. For 2 TB, Google One in India costs Rs 650 per month. And 6,500 per annum. 3,250 per month for 10 TB.