Google Photos recently went through a couple of storage changes, among which the company decided to put a limit on the uploads users get. Previously, Google Photos granted all users with unlimited uploads. Google recently accounted that they will be limiting the uploads 15GB storage per account that is shared by its popular apps like Gmail and Google Drive. If one wishes to use above the free storage limit, they will have to purchase one of the company’s storage plans. Read More
Google One is now providing higher tier plan members with VPN services. For the moment, only android users are able to enjoy this function. Google One has assured that all other platform users will be receiving the same service anytime soon now. Users have to adhere to three basic requirements in order to fully optimize the VPN service provided by Google One. Read More
Google made its storage subscription service free for phone backups on Android and announced plans for iOS. Google’s next move is speculated to have VPN added on to the higher tier plans. Read More
Google is offering a free phone backup feature for Google One users as part of a more extensive update to the app. The feature will allow users to clean up files across Google Photos, Google Drive, and Gmail through the Google One app.
“Automatic phone backup will be available on Android phones, even if you don’t have a Google One membership. And if you have an iPhone, we’re introducing a new iOS app that lets you store photos, videos, contacts, and calendar events with Google,” Google announced in an official blog post. Read More
Google One was introduced in August by Google and was made available to the users in the US. The new platform will work as an extra cloud storage in addition to the Google Drive storage. Now, the company has announced that it will be making this storage facility available to all Indian users and will offer storage of upto 30TB if the reports are to be believed. Read More