Google Photos is ending its unlimited free storage policy for pictures at high resolution and express resolution starting June 1. As per Mashable, the existing high-quality photos and videos are exempt from this and will not count towards the 15GB default storage that comes with a Google account. The policy change was announced late last year. If you have relied only on Google Photos to back up all your pictures and videos, you will soon need to start worrying about the storage space on your account. The policy change also means that Google wants more consumers to pay for the storage service. Starting today, every Google Photos user will receive just 15GB of storage space for free. Any media you upload to the service after the first of the month that goes above those free 15GB will require a paid subscription plan. Those subscriptions will start at USD 1.99 a month for 100GB.
Jun 01, 2021, 06:12PM ISTSource: ANI