Google Photos unlimited free storage offer ends this month

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Google Photos unlimited free storage offer ends this month

Hi Friends,

You can see This meant that you could keep your Google Photos settings at high-quality uploads, and your Android phone would continue uploading unlimited photos and videos that won't count against your Google account storage of 15GB. But, like everything, the free ride is finally coming to an end.


Changing June 1 for Google Photos users

You can see Google Photos, since 2015, has been offering backup options in two ways - Unlimited high-quality storage for free and Original quality storage for free up to 15GB. Starting June 1, 2021, high-quality content will be saved but counted towards your Google account storage. And, this means that once you've reached your storage limit, you can either subscribe to Google One for additional cloud storage or delete content to continue with the free storage option in Photos. The primary reason is simple that your Google account storage is shared across Drive, Gmail and Photos. If some users fear losing Google account storage space by saving original quality images in the Photos app and want to change the tier, they should do it now. The photos backed up in original quality and then compressed to high quality after June 1 2021, will count towards your Google account storage. This means that if you want to switch your tier to high quality from your current original quality, then do it right away. The good thing is, Google Photos is giving users an estimate on how long a user's storage may last based on how often they back up photos, videos, and files. Google has also confirmed that it will roll out a new storage management tool for existing Google Photos users from June.  One of the biggest questions raised soon after Google announced to change the Google Photos high-quality free tier to a paid one back in November was what happens to the existing photos and videos. It's worth noting that all photos and videos uploaded in high quality before June 1 2021, won't count towards users' 15GB of Google account storage.

The Google Photos page says,

"In June, you will be able to access a new free tool that lets you find and review blurry, dark and other low-quality photos to help you stay within your 15GB of account storage."

The official Google Photos app is made for the way you take photos today and includes essential features like shared albums, automatic creations and an advanced editing suite. Additionally every Google Account comes with 15 GB of free storage and you can choose to automatically back up all your photos and videos in High quality or Original quality. You can then access them from any connected device and on

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