Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Google Photos to save space on your phone, part of Photo Tools Weekly (2015).
- [Voiceover] Hi, this is Jan Kabili…for Photo Tools Weekly.…This week I'll share a technique for freeing up…space on your phone using Google Photos.…If you shoot a lot of photos and videos with your phone,…at some point you're gonna hit the wall,…if you haven't already when it comes to the number…of photos and videos you can keep on your phone.…This is especially true if you're frugal…and you didn't buy a phone with lots of memory.…Until now there hasn't been a great solution…for this problem short of deleting photos all together,…doing a lot of juggling back and forth to your computer,…or hoping for an online back-up that offers…enough storage, but doesn't cost too much.…
The good news is that Google Photos,…with its new, free, unlimited back-up and storage option…offers a potential solution.…It's not without trade-offs, as I'll explain.…But if you shoot mostly casual, personal photos…with your phone, as many of us do,…will probably serve your needs.…In this movie, I'll show you how this all works…on Google Photos app on my iPhone.…
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