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One week and unlimited Google photo uploads expire

Starting from June 1, the change in the terms of use of the company’s image storage service, announced by Google last November, will take effect – the end of unlimited photo uploads, and the service will be completed and modified at some points in parallel.

As originally planned, Google will end the unlimited period starting next Tuesday, regarding the “ridiculous” high-quality image upload size, and more specifically the online storage space they contain. Last November, the company announced that, contrary to past practices, images uploaded as of June 1 would not only occupy 15 GB of storage available to everyone if uploaded in their original quality, but anyway.

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The company does not include the “high quality” upload, but rather the zip images that have been uploaded to this date, and as of June it will use this quality setting as “Space Saver,” which is much less storage space than the original images, depending on the device’s capabilities. Summary.

Google is now working with new ways to help conserve storage space, which will become significantly more valuable as of June 1, free of unnecessary content, so a new tool in Photos helps you find and presumably delete low-quality blurry photos, videos, and screenshots. That no one needs it in the long run.

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