Google Photos free storage to end soon | Follow these steps to save some space

Google Photos free storage to end soon | Follow these steps to save some space
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The space for unlimited storage on Google Photos is coming closer to an end.
To make the transition easier for users, it has announced tools to help the users.

Through this users can take estimate of how much of their storage is left. Google has also introduced tools to free up the storage in users Google accounts.

One such storage management tool will allow users to delete all their blurry pictures in Google Photos account. This way they can save more space.

Here is the guide you should follow to use this new tool on Google Photos:

-Tap on your profile icon on the top right corner.

-Click on Account Storage

-Tap on Manage Storage

-Scroll down to Review and Delete

-Tap on blurry photos to delete

-Select the pictures you want to remove

-Tap on trash icon to delete

Earlier, Google had announced its storage policy for Google Photos in November. Under the new policy, the 15GB free storage that comes with every Google accountwill also include Google photos.

To make the search engine and other services more user-friendly, Google keeps coming up with innovative ideas.

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