The free service has been a lifesaver for many users who have less storage space on their devices. The application allowed users to upload their photos to their cloud storage and access them at any time for free.
As a result of changes in the current system, Google has announced that free storage for its users will be ending from June 1st. Google Photos is ending free storage, and many people want to find out more.
Google Photos Ending the Free Storage
The news that Google Photos will stop offering free storage has everyone in a panic. Despite what appears to be a dire situation, there is actually some hope. In neither case is Google suspending the upload of photos to their application nor is it becoming paid. The company has decided that unlimited storage won’t be a luxury for users as of June 1. There is a 15 GB free storage quota available through the Google Account.
Users will be required to manage Google Photos, Google Drive, and Gmail data within this 15 GB space. If users exhaust the 15GB quota, they may be required to purchase additional storage space or to delete previous data in order to make space on their Google Account.
Free Storage will end on 1 June for Google Photos, and users will have to get used to it soon. People were shocked to learn Google Photos would no longer offer free storage, but the choice is now theirs to learn the new limitations of this application. Several questions have been raised about the changes Google is making to its service. There should be some clarifications in the Google Photos FAQ about free storage end.