Starting June 1st, Google will put a 15GB cap on its Google Photos service, but no need to worry: any photos currently there won’t be deleted, as the cap will come into effect on any new images you add after the new conditions come into effect.
So, what now?
Google is offering a storage subscription service instead, with plans starting from around €3 for 100GB of storage. So, if you’ve got any photos that you need to back up in Google Photos, do it before the June 1st deadline to make sure you’ve got all that you need.
To be fair, 15GB on average would equate to around 3 years worth of content. You will be notified if you’re approaching the limit, and there’s also a personalized calculator that estimates how long your free storage may last.
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