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Google Photos Ends Free Unlimited Storage: What You Need to Know

Starting June 1, Google's photo service is limiting its free storage option to 15GB. Those interested in continuing the unlimited storage plan will have to sign up for the Google One subscription service. Here's what this change means for existing users and alternative apps to try out.

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    Google Photos' unlimited free storage is gone. Here's how to get more space

    Google Photos' unlimited free storage is gone. Here's how to get more space

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    CNET - Alison DeNisco Rayome

    Google Photos started limiting free storage at 15GB in June, encouraging people to sign up for its Google One storage subscription service instead.

    How bad is Google Photos’ compression anyway?

    How bad is Google Photos’ compression anyway?

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    The Verge

    Google Photos has long offered one of the best deals in all of photo storage: it’ll back up your entire library for free, so long as it can compress the images a bit. But as of tomorrow, June 1st, that deal goes away, and you’re now eating through Google storage (which you may have to pay for) …

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